Keydata is urging IFAs to back privatised Polish companies through an investment scheme which gives customers exposure to privatised firms about to float on the country's stock exchange.
The firm will launch the Polish Privatisation Service in October and says another 16 privatisation opportunities are in the pipeline. The launch coincides with Keydata's new venture capital trust.
Research from Keydata shows that privatised Polish firms have seen a 20 per cent growth on share price between initial offer and opening trading price.
Keydata managing director Stewart Ford says intermediaries are crying out for innovative schemes at a time when investors have been put off by dismal returns from equities.
He says: “There is a risk but this should be a chance for people to get some enjoyment out of their investments. It is a vibrant market that has had great returns and we are confident about it.”