Three reasons why investors believe in Ukraine — Nicholas Tymoshchuk, CEO of UFuture
Despite the fact that the crisis has radically changed much of human life and economic relations, the business continues to live: both in the world and in Ukraine new businesses are opened, large deals are made, the stock market continues to grow, and investors are looking for the best opportunities to increase capital. Nicholas Tymoshchuk, CEO of UFuture, is convinced that investors have confidence in Ukraine and, consequently, a chance to get out of the crisis with the least losses.
Key insights from international investors:
- big capital is optimistic about Ukraine; international financial institutions are not going to reduce their investments in the country this year;
- investors and bankers emphasize that this time Ukraine has approached the crisis much better prepared, especially in the banking sector and fiscal policy;
- stakeholders support the idea of restructuring global production chains and creating new industries in Ukraine.
At the same time, Nicholas Tymoshchuk emphasizes the following:
- good prospects for investing in Ukraine and a real willingness to invest money cannot be equated;
- it’s worth noting that many companies will not experience the best of times to switch to remote work and business-related to office real estate, transport, and hotels;
- the paradox of the current situation is the widening gap between investor confidence and the level of economic collapse around the world;
- stock markets are rising against the background of total unemployment, and large international investment funds are buying companies that are at the bottom.
Read more information on how Ukraine can take advantage of the current situation, in UFuture CEO Nicholas Tymoshchuk’s column for NV: “Investors still believe in Ukraine and a better future. Why?“