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As emerging economic powers, the BRICS countries (BrazilRussiaIndiaIndonesiaChina and South Africa) are becoming more and more important in the global economy,  particularly since the creation in 2014 of their own development bank based in Shanghai. Considered today as an alternative to the World Bank, this bank can grant large loans to member states for the financing of infrastructure projects.

BRICS FUNDS ALLOW INVESTORS TO DIVERSIFY THEIR ASSETS AND ACCESS PROMISING MARKETS WITH HIGH DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL.

 

Through our global presence, international expertise, and proven experience, we advise and support our clients in their implementation and investment choices.  The complexities of investing in the BRICS markets present unique challenges, and Rodschinson is equipped to deal with these challenges and guarantee our clients an excellent return on their investment.

Invest in INDIA

The Indian economy has held up better than other emerging countries to the global economic slowdown and has benefited from low oil prices in recent years. According to the IMF, the Indian economy grew by 7.3% in….

Invest in BRAZIL

Brazil is also one of the main emerging countries. Its gross domestic product is expected to reach nearly USD 1,868 trillion in 2019, making it one of the world’s largest economies.

Invest in RUSSIA

Russia’s economy is largely driven by the country’s oil and gas industry, on which Europe depends and which makes Russia a global industrial and economic force. With a population of 146.7 million (2019), the GDP is US$12,500.00 (2019) with a balance of trade of US$115 billion.

Invest in INDONESIA

The Indian economy has held up better than other emerging countries to the global economic slowdown and has benefited from low oil prices in recent years. According to the IMF, the Indian economy grew by 7.3% in….

Invest in CHINA

China is the second-largest global economy, the largest exporter, and has the largest exchange reserves in the world. The global recession of 2009 interrupted its double figure growth and revealed the limits of an export-based growth strategy.

Invest in SOUTH AFRICA

In early 2018 president, Jacob Zuma resigned after becoming involved in a corruption scandal. He was replaced by President Cyril Ramaphosa, who invested in significant policy improvements that restored macroeconomic stability in the country.