Kepler launches long-only emerging markets fund

$69m external seed capital

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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The fund will contain 30 to 35 equities from across the emerging markets
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The fund will contain 30 to 35 equities from across the emerging markets

Kepler Partners has launched a new long-only emerging market equity fund, raising $69m of external seed capital, Investment Week has learned.

KLS Corinium Emerging Markets Equity is the seventh fund to be added to the firm's alternative UCITS platform, which now counts $2bn in assets under management. The fund, which will be managed by CIO...

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