Brazil is a good illustration of why many investors remain wary of emerging market debt (EMD), despite the serious attractions of the asset class.
Was at Neptune for ten years
AUM up by $2.8bn during quarter
Both agree urbanisation to provide significant boost
Investors waiting on sidelines
Bringing over two funds
South Korea looks attractive
'Mispricings due to emotional or herd trading'
Fourth attempt at inclusion
China and the Czech Republic well placed
Gallery of emerging markets of the future
Political risk not affecting fundamentals
Implications for banks
'Lynchpin' for global stability
Rob Drijkoningen, global co-head of emerging markets debt at Neuberger Berman, takes a closer look at the drivers of the EM recovery.
Economies under Trump's 'radar'
Soft-closed in 2013
MSCI reviewing index constituents
Mark Mobius: Generally speaking, people are still severely underweight emerging markets and there is a long way to go
Investing in the region over four decades
Seen bold reforms including demonetisation
Global Emerging Markets Breakfast Briefing
EM trusts should be given a 'fair hearing'
Closing on 10 May