Investing in Latvia
The Balkan countries haven’t always been a prime choice for global investors, taking somewhat of a neglected stance against the backdrop of its highly-developed European neighbours. Recently though, Latvia has been making a name for itself as a prominent destination for industrial and economic growth; bolstered by well-balanced sectoral growth across health, logistics and energy
Oliver James • December 20th, 2022
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Investing in Estonia
Estonia sits right on the Baltic Sea, with a uniquely rich cultural backdrop from its neighbours Russia and Latvia, with Finland just over the water to the North. Although somewhat dwarfed in presence geographically, Estonia’s strong, progressive backbone speaks volumes for its economy and global impact. Developing a strong global identity as leaders in IT infrastructure, digital acceleration has cast a warm light on the Estonian fintech environment.
Oliver James • November 24th, 2022
Investing in Ireland
Nestled in the western corner of the UK, Ireland stands as a bastion of individuality, rich history and a blooming economic infrastructure. The country hasn’t had the smoothest political history, but there are numerous benefactors to Ireland’s current prestigious investment landscape. Currently, Ireland holds a proud economic freedom score of 82.0, meaning its economy is the 3rd freest in the 2022 index. Learn more about investing in Ireland with ETFs, real estate crowdfunding and peer-to-peer lending.
Oliver James • October 18th, 2022
Investing in Spain
Rich in unique culture, situated in the beating centre of commercial Europe, and with a thriving, diversified economy; Spain is becoming increasingly popular as a target for international investment. Hit hard by the financial crash of 2008, Spain’s top-tier tourist attractions and its geographical ideality sparked a strong resurgence. With an attractive GDP of $1.2B, Spain is not just the 4th greatest economy in the EU but sits as the 13th largest recipient of foreign investment in the world.
Oliver James • October 4th, 2022
Investing in the Netherlands
The Netherlands has an economic moat that reflects the country’s diverse business cohesion. Its strategic location works wonders for European and global trade, tourism and international relations - the country was ranked No1 on the DHL’s Global Connectedness Index, and 95% of Europe’s trade hotspots are just 24 hours drive away from Amsterdam or Rotterdam. This Country Guide will teach you about investing in the Netherlands with ETFs and alternative investments.
Oliver James • September 25th, 2022
Investing in France
France is a fusion of multinational corporations, a well-balanced plethora of leading industries, and a prime pillar in the economic health of the EU - France is an obvious magnet for various forms of international investment. The World Bank’s Doing Business 2020 report ranked France 32nd out of 190 countries. Its global trade highways and strong asset base are attributed to the country’s position as the 3rd largest European power. This Country Guide will teach you about investing in France with ETFs and alternative investments.
Oliver James • September 24th, 2022
Investing in Switzerland
Switzerland has long been renowned as a powerful honeypot for foreign investment, a booming finance hub surrounded by European trade giants. With a prized service sector revolving around a world-class banking industry, Switzerland often finds itself a prime target for sustainable, low-risk investment. This Country Guide will teach you about investing in Switzerland with ETFs and alternative investments.
Oliver James • September 9th, 2022
Investing in the United Kingdom
The economy of the United Kingdom has long been renowned as a global powerhouse of industry and finance; standing tall as a highly developed, market-oriented economy. The UK’s robust economic makeup sits at number 5 in the world's largest economies, sitting just behind European industrial giant Germany. In this Country Guide, you will learn about investing in the United Kingdom with ETFs and alternative investments.
Oliver James • September 8th, 2022