Global Emerging Markets
- AUM $620 million
(December 31, 2018)
- Inception Date 1992
- Vehicles Available
- Separate Account
- We are active managers who aim to capitalize on opportunities that arise when securities are mispriced.
- We identify investment opportunities through a differentiated and innovative investment process where fundamental, bottom-up analysis is key.
- We favor unrecognized growth companies with well-established or improving business franchises, balance sheets and management.
- Our proprietary research process integrates macro and dynamic Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) perspectives in company analysis and valuations.
- Our five-year research horizon allows our deep pool of investment professionals to take a strategic view on a company’s growth outlook.
- Our experienced team of portfolio managers builds high conviction portfolios, tailored to client specifications targeting superior risk-adjusted returns over the long term where stock selection is the main driver of returns.
Our Value Add
- Highly experienced portfolio management team supported by 32 dedicated EM investment professionals
- Strategy aims to offer superior growth at a cheaper valuation compared to developed markets
- Capitalizing on trend toward shareholder-friendly practices by emerging markets companies - e.g. higher dividends, share buybacks - should enhance future returns
- Active investors in an overlooked asset class at a time when earnings cycle is turning upwards
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Why Recent Weakness in EM Equities Presents an Opportunity
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