TEMIT's Sehgal: My trial by fire has already happened

Trust recovering from volatile 2018

Mike Sheen
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Manager of TEMIT Chetan Sehgal
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Manager of TEMIT Chetan Sehgal

One year on from taking over the Templeton Emerging Markets Investment trust (TEMIT), and amid a volatile 2018 for emerging markets, manager Chetan Sehgal said the portfolio and team are almost where he wants to be after a "trial by fire" first year.

Sehgal took over management of the trust on 1 February 2018, in advance of the 31 March 2018 departure of long-serving managers Mark Mobius and Carlos Hardenberg. Since then, the portfolio has outperformed...

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