The Decade of Iran

Published on
March 2nd, 2017
35 minutes

The Decade of Iran

Horizon ·
Featuring Clemente Cappello and Kiyan Zandiyeh

Published on: March 2nd, 2017 • Duration: 35 minutes

Clemente Cappello and Kiyan Zandiyeh of Sturgeon Capital have the local insight into opportunities for investors within Iran, which has been portrayed as a highly undervalued frontier market with positive demographics. Clemente and Kiyan examine Iran’s path to growth in the context of market infrastructure, sanctions and changed US foreign policy. Filmed on February 1, 2017 in London.


  • SB
    Sam B.
    21 September 2017 @ 18:41
    I'm starting to get bullish on Iran, I think the sanctions and Syria are just a distraction of what is inevitable longterm.
  • CJ
    CHRIS J.
    19 April 2017 @ 03:29
    Is there access for US investors yet?
  • ta
    tom a.
    19 March 2017 @ 09:27
    I spent 3 weeks traveling through Iran last May and was very impressed with the level of sophistication and development. All the observations presented in this interview ring true. A very misunderstood country with huge potential. I've been looking for a way to invest there.
  • PB
    Pieter B.
    4 March 2017 @ 08:27
    Ps Iranian hospitality is the best out of 90 countries I visited. If the air pollution wasn't as bad I might have stayed;)
  • PB
    Pieter B.
    4 March 2017 @ 08:23
    Thanks for the high quality and humble interview. During my visit to Iran two years ago I was indeed impressed by how modern the young generation is. Great opportunities for investors!
  • FF
    Florian F.
    2 March 2017 @ 21:43
    Great insights into Iran's current situation, I learned a lot! And its quite interesting how China's One Belt One Road Initiative is seen in Iran.
  • GA
    Giedrius A.
    2 March 2017 @ 21:14
    Very thankful to RV bringing this up and updating what is happening within Iran. Fascinating interview. Thank you
  • KB
    Karl B.
    2 March 2017 @ 19:25
    Really interesting interview, shows the value there is to be had in different parts of the world still, would love to hear them talk some more about some of the other countries they invest in as well