Felicia Morrow outlines how EM smaller companies offer the opportunity to tap into the long term domestic growth story in Emerging Markets, the issues to be aware of when investing and how small cap stocks typically perform well in the early stages of a cyclical recovery so current conditions may be favourable.
Company: Ashmore Date added: 18-01-2016
Categories: Emerging Market Equity
Ashmore is a specialist Emerging Markets investment manager with over twenty years’ experience in these markets.
Based in London, the business was founded in 1992 as part of the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. In 1999, Ashmore became independent and today manages USD 49.4 billion (at 31 December 2015) in pooled funds, segregated accounts and structured products.
Ashmore's outstanding portfolio management and research team have developed an investment approach based on two decades of Emerging Markets experience. Ashmore offers a number of investment themes including External Debt, Local Currency, Corporate Debt, Blended Debt, Equities, Alternatives (incorporating special situations; private equity; distressed debt; real estate; and infrastructure) Overlay/Liquidity and Multi-Asset.
Testament to the company's success is the confidence which central banks, government and corporate pension funds, institutions and high net worth individuals have demonstrated by investing with Ashmore