Alejandro Arevalo, Head of Emerging Market Debt, gives his views on what the Evergrande crisis means for the rest of China, Asia, and emerging market debt more broadly.
The investment strategy of the new sub-fund, which is being launched with a starting investment volume of almost USD 90 million, is comparable to the successful MainFirst – Global Equities Unconstrained Fund.
Unveiled on the sidelines of the 26th U.N. COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, the Build-Back-Better Emerging Markets Sustainable Transaction strategy will be managed by Amundi.
For investors looking for diversification and exposure to the economies of Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe and the Middle East, an allocation to the emerging market (EM) hard currency sovereign universe may be the obvious choice.
We have asked the portfolio Managers from the Schroders, BlackRock, SEB, and Franklin Templeton funds to take us through their strategies so we can understand if it is a good moment to invest in Emerging Europe Equities.