Ashmore saw assets under management drop by nearly $8bn during the third quarter as volatility in emerging markets intensified and investors fled the asset class.
The emerging markets specialist said AUM dropped 13% to $51.1bn for the three months to the 30 September, down from $58.9bn the previous quarter. This was driven by net outflows of $4bn and negative...
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