Franklin Templeton launches EM long/short UCITS fund

Managed by Emso's Mark Franklin and John Hynes

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Bill Santos of K2 Advisors

Franklin Templeton has launched the Franklin K2 Emso Emerging Markets fund, which is a sub-fund within its Luxembourg-domiciled Franklin Templeton Alternatives Funds (FTAF) range.

The vehicle, which will aim to provide growth through both long and short positions in emerging market sovereign and corporate debt securities, as well as through derivatives, will be managed by Emso's...

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