Staggered management fee structure
Would cause damage to other emerging markets
Absolute return focus
Andrew Ness joins from Martin Currie
Senior analyst Argyle joins from Somerset
Revisiting the top manager departures and arrivals
Fourth manager to join
Mobius to unveil open-ended ESG emerging markets fund as he is joined by ex-colleagues Hardenberg and Konieczny
Set up Mobius Capital Partners in March
Details emerge of newly-formed Mobius Capital Partners
‘No longer in the interests of shareholders to keep it open’
Renamed Templeton Global Climate Change
Paying tribute to experienced managers
Pioneer of EM investing
Closed after assets peaked at $800m in 2014
Soft-closed in 2013
China and India weaker performers
Will remain as portfolio manager
Raises number of holdings
Mark Mobius, executive chairman of the Templeton emerging markets group, has urged investors to hold at least 30% in emerging markets to ensure they are properly diversified.
What is in store for Greece?
LGM Investments (formerly Lloyd George Management) has reopened its LGM Frontier Markets strategy to investors following a dip in assets.
Sharp falls in Hong Kong-listed shares mean investors are now increasing their exposure to China via this route, even as the onshore market opens up further to foreign investment.
Thailand has been gripped by political unrest since last November, with its stock market enduring a tumultuous ride over the last seven months, but which funds have maintained their overweights, and how have they fared?