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Ksenija Vojevoda

Country Risk Analyst

Ksenija Vojevoda works as a country risk analyst at RaboResearch Global Economics & Markets.

She is primarily involved in Country Risk Policy development and implementation, as well as being responsible for Russia & Ukraine coverage.

After Completing her studies in International Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Ksenija joined Rabobank’s graduate program during which she has gained a broad experience in corporate banking. In her last function she has been a Junior Credit Risk Officer for the Dutch Wholesale Clients.

Publications Ksenija Vojevoda

Economic Report

Asia-Pacific: the rise of China in a (geo)politically diverse continent

Strong economic growth has diminished poverty in the region and will swell the ranks of the middle class. But corruption levels are high, China’s influence in the region is increasing and the dispute surrounding the South China Sea may generate stability risks.

Country Report

Russia: bottoming out?

Russia’s economy might be finally bottoming out after recording a 5% yoy contraction in 2Q15, the sharpest in six years. However the growth outlook remains bleak due to structurally lower oil prices, existing sanctions and lack of structural reforms.

Country Report

Peru: losing steam

Falling commodity prices take their toll on the Peruvian economy and currency. Political vacuum leaves room for more radical outsiders in the 2016 elections.

Country Report

Country Report Russia

Russia’s economy is forecasted to shrink by around 4% in 2015, on the back of lower oil prices and imposed sanctions. The outlook also remains bleak due to low investor confidence and a tightening of the government’s control over the country.

Country Report

Country Report Ukraine

Due to the conflict, Ukraine’s economy has shrunk considerably, which also manifests economic mismanagement of the past years. The country’s outlook remains highly uncertain as the government hasn’t managed to set the economy on the right course yet.