Emerging Markets Debt Blended Total Return
- AUM $2.7 billion
(30 September 2021)
- Inception Date 2014
- Vehicles Available
- US 40 Act Fund
- Separate Account
The strategy seeks to achieve maximum total return, consistent with preservation of capital and prudent investment management, through high current income generation and, where appropriate, capital appreciation.
Our Value Add
Seasoned emerging markets debt team supported by an extensive platform of proprietary quantitative analysis tools.
- Experienced Team and Extensive Platform: An experienced portfolio management team, proprietary quantitative models and fundamental analysis tools differentiate Barings from its competitors.
- Investment Process: Our investment process includes macroeconomic forecasts and bottom-up security selection. Dynamic instrument selection across the EM debt spectrum is agnostic to how individual asset classes perform.
- Portfolio Construction: Our fundamental bottom-up research, return forecasts and dynamic portfolio construction and monitoring enables us to outperform our peers when macroeconomic fundamentals drive the market.
Public & Private Credit Market Roundtable
In this roundtable discussion, our credit market experts across public and private markets offer their views on everything from inflation and the direction of interest rates, to where they’re seeing pockets of value.View
EM Debt: Why Passive Strategies Often Miss the Mark
When it comes to emerging markets, index tracking can result in both increased risks and missed opportunities.View
Growing Pains for EM Corporates Amid China's Regulatory Crackdown
Chinese corporates are experiencing growing pains as fines and restrictions rain down on sectors like tech, real estate and education—but select opportunities are emerging as well.View
EM Debt: Fundamentals Back to the Forefront
The EM growth picture remains positive, but with the Fed’s hawkish pivot toward quarter-end, sovereign and corporate debt look better positioned than local currencies.View
EM Debt: How ESG & Economics Are Shaping the Outlook
Ricardo Adrogue and Kawtar Ed-Dahmani see room for positive economic surprises in emerging markets despite concerns from COVID to higher interest rates to inflation.View