Mobius: 'Why we are excited by the current state of the markets'

New investment trust set to list on 1 October

Mike Sheen
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Mark Mobius (pictured middle), Carlos Hardenberg (right) and Greg Konieczny (left)
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Mark Mobius (pictured middle), Carlos Hardenberg (right) and Greg Konieczny (left)

Mobius Capital Partners has revealed the key themes driving its new investment trust, which is set to list on 1 October, adding that from an investment perspective, there could not be a better time to launch the emerging markets vehicle "with currency and equity markets where they are".

The Mobius investment trust will target a fundraising in excess of £200m and will be run by former Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT) managers and Mobius Capital Partners founders Mark...

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