About Us

AM Analysis

The independent research company with focus) on the regions of Eastern Europe and Asia.

Our goals and vision

We aim to do independent analysis. These should be accessible to everyone for a compatible fee. In doing so, we hope to put the countries of Eastern Europe and Asia in a more permanent focus of the general public. That is why(the reason why) we prepare the analyzes with reference to our sources and with the greatest possible transparency and comprehensibility.

Who we are

AM Analysis stands for independence, transparency and intelligibility. We make this claim to ourselves as well as in cooperation with our readers. In addition to the countries mentioned, our focus is on the areas of economics, business administration and legal aspects. All three areas are included in our research reports.

Our story

We are a young company that was recently founded to focus exclusively on independent research. The underlying interest stems from professional as well as private interests in the respective countries, legal, business and economic contexts. This is complemented by a growing network in the respective countries and areas of analysis.

The Team

Alexander Manzei

Alexander Manzei


Alexander Manzei has many years of experience in the financial sector and the global capital markets. This could be expanded over several stations as well as over the years to economic and business knowledge. Networked thinking was sharpened, among other things, by the study of becoming a Financial Planner.

The personal interest lies in understanding and the desire to understand the economies and capital markets interwoven worldwide. Future trends and tomorrow’s economies.



Specialists and Partners

Our network spans various countries and is not limited to certain areas. This makes it special because it seeks direct contact with network partners. In particular, we are looking for those who take an active part in the research analyzes and would like to participate in them as well.

Particular attention is paid to diversity within the network, as well as authenticity and mutual exchange.

The Analysis Process

Our analysis process is divided into two areas, on the one hand building research reports and on the other hand impact research

 Research building on one another


In this process and type of research, a topic is placed at the center of the research. For example, a country, an industry or another topic of interest is in focus.

At the beginning, a free and unrestricted collection of ideas is created using mind mapping with the topic in the center. By means of the branches, this should form a diverse picture for the topic development based on this, if possible. After the ideas have been collected, there is a first floor plan of the subject area that is to be developed. An initial assignment of the collection to the corresponding partial reports follows.

This is followed by a search for possible sources and resources for information. After a first look and reading, this is followed by the creation of a detailed floor plan and table of contents for the first research report in the series.

The analysis and research scheme follows the bottom-up approach. The macro economy follows the micro economy and then the individual case. The successive research reports follow this principle. Most of these have a bird’s eye view of the topic.

The Impact-Research


This form of the research targets a specific current problem area. This is the main difference to the procedure described on the left.

An impact research report takes up a current problem or development and highlights or discusses only this in a targeted manner. The top-down approach is used for this. As described on the left, the problem or development is the focus of a collection of ideas. This is followed by a SWOT analysis with the task of finding answers to questions about strengths and weaknesses as well as risks and opportunities.

The idea collection follows the similar principle already explained by means of mind mapping, followed by an initial floor plan. The floor plan serves as an orientation for the actual search for information sources and other connection points.

Despite the opposite approach, the top-down approach tries to base and conclude on fundamental principles coming from the problem or development in order to explain the identified relationships.