, Head of Credit analysis at VTB Capital spoke at a session titled “Eurobonds and new investment ideas in CIS and emerging markets” during the 9th CIS and Baltic States Bond Congress in Sochi on 19 June 2014.
The discussion focused on the outlook of the debt capital markets in Russia and the CIS. As the session’s moderator, Mikhail Galkin noted that the relative attractiveness of the Russian and CIS bond market slightly decreased. Nevertheless, it continues to maintain reasonable investor interest levels due to the fact that emerging markets are currently demonstrating less attractive yield in other debt capital market segments. Representatives of leading financial organizations, participating in the session, discussed the declining liquidity trend in the bond market and concluded that the situation is unlikely to further advance in a negative direction. During their concluding remarks, participants highlighted promising investment ideas for the Russian and CIS markets.
During the event, in partnership with Cbonds magazine, representatives of leading Russian and CIS financial companies raised issues such as the development of the domestic bond markets in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus and other CIS countries, as well as in emerging markets for Eurobonds.
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