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Guide to emerging markets investing

Guide to emerging markets investing

17-06-2021 | Insight

Emerging markets have undergone significant changes since the term was initially coined in the early 80s. Having become an asset class in their own right, emerging markets equities have moved from being an exciting, but also rather volatile investment, to showing signs of stability and maturity. Combined with dynamic growth prospects, this has turned them into a must-have for many investors.

  • M.F. (Mark)  van der Kroft
    M.F. (Mark)
    van der Kroft
    CIO Fundamental and Quant Equity
  • Jan de Bruijn
    Jan
    de Bruijn
    Client Portfolio Manager Emerging Markets
In this publication, we explain why emerging markets equities can be a valuable addition to global equity portfolios. We also discuss several ways to gain exposure to this multi-faceted asset class, as well as some of the key considerations to bear in mind when reflecting on an allocation to emerging markets equities.

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