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The equity markets of Poland, Türkiye and Greece have had an excellent 12 months

In this webinar, our experts delve deep into the markets of Poland, Türkiye and Greece, drawing from their combined 48 years of investment experience in the region and over 120 company meetings annually. Each country has its own unique and compelling growth story, combined with strong companies and appealing valuations.

We're particularly proud of the performance of our Emerging Europe strategies over the past 12 months, with East Capital New Europe returning +44% in USD and East Capital Balkans +48% as per 25 June.

Listen in as we discuss the key drivers propelling each country forward and share some insight into how we invest in the region.

Past performance is no guarantee for future performance. Fund units may go up or down in value and may be affected by changes in exchange rates. Investors may not get back the amount invested. 

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