Timothy is a Senior EM Sovereign Strategist at the $125bn fund, BlueBay, and is widely considered one of the leading experts on Ukraine and Russia. Prior to joining BlueBay, Tim was Head of CEEMEA Credit Strategy at Nomura International. Before this he was Head of EM Research (ex-Africa) at ICBC-Standard Bank until May 2015; Head of Emerging Markets Research at the Royal Bank of Scotland until June 2012; and Head of EMEA fixed income research at Bear Stearns International (later JPMorgan Chase) until April 2008. In this podcast we discuss:
What caused the collapse of the Soviet Union
Why Russia didn’t have a quick victory against Ukraine
Putin’s goal of a frozen conflict
Ukraine’s likely spring offensive
China brokering peace deal
The end of Russian military exports
Who would replace Putin if he lost power?
Views on India/Global South’s neutrality on Russia/Ukraine
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