Emerging market capital management
Barings Asset Management, known as Barings, is an international investment management firm providing services to investors worldwide, with a focus on emerging and inefficient markets, asset allocation and specialist fixed income.
Founded in 1989, the company is owned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) and operates as a subsidiary of MassMutual Financial Group.
As of 30 June 2018, Barings held more than $306bn in assets under management. The company employs 1,700 people, across 41 offices in 17 countries with its UK base in Bishopsgate, London.
Fund has been underperforming in recent years
Effective 16 December
The strong underlying demand growth in liquefied natural gas (LNG) sets the global gas market apart from the oil market, where a managed decline in long-term production seems to be the most plausible future scenario.
European trusts trounce other sectors
New companies added as consumer goods giants dumped
Duncan Goodwin leaves after five years at firm
Takes place on 4 February
The story behind the company's Women's Network
Which funds stole the show?
Greater issues at play in Europe
Sonja Laud new CIO
Despite some emerging evidence that Europe's economic prospects may be stabilising, the direction of the region's equity markets remains determined by extraneous factors, notably the progress of ongoing US-China trade negotiations.
Mexican President setting tone for country's corporate sector
Eleanor Price also joins team
Four-part Big Question special
Boughton to join Marketing Alpha Partners
While the recent unpredictable geopolitical news flow has created challenges within Russia, it has served to mask a wealth of investment potential.
Firm runs six model portfolios
Brazil on a 'recovery path'
Left after two years at Barings
Fund manager and senior people moves
Previously at Barings and Gartmore
Will promote DFM solutions