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.
Previously at Barings and Gartmore
Will promote DFM solutions
Left Barings last year
What are the biggest misconceptions investors have about fixed income investing in the current climate?
Managers from Investment Week's Fixed Income Market Focus discuss the drivers and risks for the asset class.
Joining in advisory roles
The Big Question: What are the biggest opportunities and risks for your strategy as we head into the second half of the year? (Part I)
Managers at Investment Week's June Funds to Watch conference share their views on what to expect from the rest of 2017 and beyond.
Spent a decade at the firm
Managers from Investment Week's Edinburgh Fixed Income Briefing discuss the opportunities and risks for the asset class.
Previously worked on multi-asset portfolios
Creates 'favourable tailwinds' for Asia
Been at Amundi since 2013
'No radical announcements'
Changes to Wood Creek Capital Management
Extending fixed income range
Merged with Babson Capital Management
First absolute return vehicle for the firm
Electric vehicles (EVs) are on the cusp of a wave of adoption in China following the government's new electric vehicle volume target as it attempts to battle air pollution, writes HyungJin Lee, manager of Baring Eastern trustn.
Cut Japan holdings
Assets surpasssed £1.5bn
Combining institutional affiliates
Positive development for the frontier market
Baring Asset Management has appointed former Sarasin & Partners' head of equity income Darryl Lucas as global equity income manager, ahead of a product launch in this area.
With the US entering a new rate cycle and global growth still weak, industry experts at Investment Week's recent Funds To Watch event reveal how they think markets will perform in the coming 12 months, and where the key opportunities and risks lie.
Looking beyond the current volatility, investors should be thinking where will the world be in three, five and ten years' time? Which markets will see the most significant changes and developments, and therefore the most growth?