Based off the popularity of last year’s Iraq-only research note, Dunia is re-releasing a bi-weekly “Edge Market Watch” that now covers key investment opportunities in Iraq, Libya, Angola, South Sudan, and Yemen. Twice a month we will be providing identification and analysis of tradable opportunities within the leading edge of emerging markets economies. These will NOT be political risk notes by any stretch, as we’ll be striving to bring on-the-ground market insights into ‘in play’ opportunities throughout these markets in a number of different asset classes—in public equities, private equity, secondary debt markets, and other country-specific instruments in O&G, real estate, telco, infrastructure, extractives, and others. Tailored towards EMEA/MENA traders, asset managers, investment bankers, and treasurers, we aim to pull back the curtain a bit on what otherwise are generally impenetrable, yet high-growth, markets through on-the-ground reporting coupled with hard-nosed financial analysis.
This new market note will be published bi-weekly, with occasional “spot updates” given the occasional late-breaking news coming from some of our markets.
There will be 2 levels of subscriptions, both sold as year-long subscriptions.
"Standard" subscription, covers 24 bi-weekly reports, for 12 months of subscription, for $1100.
“Advanced" subscription, covers 24-biweekly reports for 12 months of subscription, 2 hours of analyst discussion time per month, and 10% off our occasional ‘deep dive’ reports we’ll be putting out roughly on a quarterly basis. (Please see below teaser on the Iraqi Private Sector Banking Report.) This will go for $1500 per year.