An experienced and dedicated emerging markets debt team that complements our global fixed income capabilities.
Barings' dedicated emerging markets team manages over $6.6 billion in assets across corporates, sovereign, local debt and blended strategies. An integrated team of 20 seasoned portfolio managers, analysts and traders analyzes the sovereign debt of over 85 countries and the corporate debt of over 1000 companies.
Emerging Markets Local Debt
AUM: $2.2 billion (31 March 2019)
Our experienced portfolio management team combines a quantitative approach based on inflation targeting and export-based currency modeling with extensive macroeconomic and fundamental experience.
Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt
AUM: $1.6 billion (31 March 2019)
Our seasoned team combines fundamental analysis with quantitative modeling, backed by a rigorous risk management platform.
Emerging Markets Corporate Debt
AUM: $3.3 billion (31 March 2019)
Our integrated team combines bottom-up analysis with top-down macro insights, supported by one of the deepest credit research teams in the industry.
Rendement total moyen de la dette des marchés émergents
AUM: $409 million (31 March 2019)
Notre équipe de gestion de portefeuille à travers le monde combine une répartition descendante [top down] des actifs et une sélection ascendante [bottom up] de titres afin de pouvoir investir sans contrainte dans nos stratégies de dette des marchés émergents.
AUM: $400 million (26 June 2019)
A global government strategy that utilizes a scenario-based approach to identify attractive government and sovereign opportunities.
Tempering Enthusiasm for Mexico’s Corporate Bond Market
Omotunde Lawal, Head of EM Corporate Debt, reports back from a recent trip to Mexico, where the Barings team conducted on-the-ground research through meetings with a wide variety of corporate issuers, economists and ratings agencies.View
EM Debt: Investing with Cautious Optimism
Sovereign debt outperformed in Q1 as geopolitical headlines continued to garner attention and commodities rallied. Risks remain for the asset class but some notable headwinds have now become tailwinds.View
EM Debt: Navigating a Shifting Macro Backdrop
After a rocky 2018, the picture may be brightening for emerging markets debt. From rising rates to trade wars, some of last year’s headwinds look to be receding, at least for now. Barings’ Ricardo Adroguè and Omotunde Lawal highlight opportunities they’re currently seeing.View
EM Debt—A Brightening Picture?
Barings’ Ricardo Adroguè and Omotunde Lawal highlight opportunities they’re seeing from Mexico and Brazil to more challenged geographies like Turkey and Argentina—and provide insight into how they’re thinking about political hotspots like Venezuela.View
Is it Time to Consider a Blended Approach to EMD?
How can investors tap into the diverse opportunities within EM debt? Ricard Adrogué, Head of Emerging Markets Debt and Omotunde Lawal Head of Emerging Markets Corporate Credit Research, weigh in.View