The Caspian Region, found between Europe and Asia, takes its name from the huge lake that borders the countries of Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan. With the exception of Iran, these countries have a short history, only being founded in 1992.
The region has significant oil and gas reserves, many of them as yet unexploited, which have given these countries huge geostrategic and economic importance. These countries have incredible prospects for growth and present significant opportunities for investment in infrastructure, hospitals, logistics, transport, education etc.
Additionally, the region imports significant amounts of European products and services.