What the Russia instability means for your portfolio
Daniel Salter has thirty years of Russia experience, including a decade living and working in Moscow. He has travelled extensively around the country, from Norilsk in the North to Rostov on Don in the South and from Kaliningrad in the West to Vladivostok in the East. His career has seen him cover Russia and the wider region at Deutsche Bank, ABN AMRO, ING Barings, UniCredit and Renaissance Capital.
Join independent expert, Daniel Salter to understand what this means for:
- How worrying is instability in Russia given nuclear warheads, nuclear subs and power stations. Do markets need to be more "risk-off"?
- What does Wagner Group’s influence in Africa mean for commodity producing countries? Think cobalt, lithium and mining generally
- Is this the beginning of the end for Vladimir Putin and the war in Ukraine?