Posted May 22, 2014 10:03 pm by Comments

In the run-up to this year’s St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, The Moscow Times asked a panel of business leaders with  experience in Russia to tell readers how the Russian economy would fare over the next five years. Those asked for the lengthy article included:

  • William Reichert – Moscow-based partner at U.S. law firm K&L Gates, specializing in helping foreign companies enter and work in Russia.
  • Bernard Sucher – Nonexecutive board member at Moscow-based investment bank Aton, banker and entrepreneur with more than 20 years experience in Russia.
  • Daniel Klein – U.S. patent attorney, technology specialist and senior partner at Moscow’s Podolsky & Klein, an Alinga Group company that specializes in assisting foreign companies do business in Russia.
  • Philip Halperin – Independent director and financial risk advisor, former chief risk officer at Alfa Bank and advisor to the executive board at Gazprombank.
  • Dmitry Alimov – Founder and managing partner of Frontier Ventures, a venture/growth fund focused on equity financing for Internet companies in emerging and frontier markets and co-founder of video streaming service ivi.ru.
  • Christopher Van Riet – Managing director of Radius Group, a real estate infrastructure solutions company with over $1 billion in warehouse projects in Russia.
  • Tony Watkins – General director of video game publisher Electronic Arts Russia.
  • Andrey Dzubandovski – General manager and head of the Moscow branch of SunGard Capital Markets.
  • Sergey Skaterschikov – Head of investment fund Skate Capital, board member of real estate developer LSR Group and Munich-based satellite maker Dauria Aerospace.

To read the lengthy article, Old Russia Hands’ Poll — Where will Russia’s Economy Be in 5 Years?, go the website of the Moscow Times.

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