An important source of information about capital flows out of Russia is the country’s Central Bank, which publishes official individual cross-border transfer statistics. According to its data, in the 12 years between 2006 and 2017 inclusive, $479 billion (or $519 billion, adjusted for inflation) was transferred from Russia to 257 foreign countries and territories.
In 2017, Russian nationals spent $1.1 billion on international real estate, a quarter more than the year before.
In late December, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) published a list of countries that would share financial information with Russia in 2018. Tranio analysed how the size of capital and behaviour of foreign account holders are related.
Amid economic sanctions and a volatile ruble, Russian spending habits have changed markedly in recent years. But how have these issues impacted spending among foreign property investors from Russia and the CIS? To get to the bottom of this, Tranio.com has conducted its sixth annual survey.
The Russian and CIS Overseas Commercial Buyer Report 2015 is the 5th major study by Tranio, the conclusion of two major surveys involving real estate agencies and
The spotlight of this fourth analytical study by Tranio.com falls on investments in overseas property by the citizens of Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union.