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May 09th 2013:IBSAWorld: BRICS 2.0?

Global Reach hosts the launch of IBSAWorld, a new index of investment and business opportunities in 3 pivotal emerging market economies: India-Brazil-South Africa. Why carve out IBSA? “Because” says Tosh Sheshabalaya, IBSAWorld founder, “investment opportunities within IBSA countries are far closer to each other, than they are to their BRICS partners, Russia and China." Hub economies in their regions, they have similar 'soft' infrastructure: role of government, stock market culture, lively financial media, disclosure regs, relative business transparency. We’re joined by Nate Suppaiah, editor o

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Ashutosh Sheshabalaya

Ashutosh Sheshabalaya is the founder of IBSAWorld. He specializes in geopolitical change, risk and opportunity. His clients have included Dow, Shell, BMW, Cypress, UBS and Michelin, as well as banks, VC funds, law firms and official bodies in Europe, the US and India. Sheshabalaya began his career as a journalist, after which he worked for Frost & Sullivan, PwC and the European pharmaceutical industry federation. "Rising Elephant," his bestseller about India, was published in the US, India and Europe in 2004. His subsequent writings, on issues as varied as America's jobless recovery, the impending demise of the Euro and the mirage of BRICS, have been cited widely. Routledge includes Sheshaba
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Nate Suppaiah

Nate Suppaiah is the Director of EMIA (www.emia.org), the Emerging Market Investors’ Association as well as managing editor of Alternative Emerging Investor, www.aeinvestor.com. He began his career as a wilderness paramedic. He turned to economics after covering China's acceptance into the WTO for The Economist (Beijing). In 2004 he joined Oppenheimer’s Chicago office as an associate broker, then returned to China as a management consultant for a German firm specializing in strategic entry analysis & due diligence. In 2007 he moved to Buenos Aires, launching CapRG. He has a degree in finance from Univ of Loyola(Chicago)& Masters from the Univ of Buenos Aires (Int'l Econ Relations)and the Un
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