Emerging markets investment
Somerset Capital was founded by Edward Robertson, Dominic Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg in 2007 as an investment management firm focusing on global emerging markets. The firm has $8.4bn under management (as of 3 August 2018), with 49 members of staff including 19 investment managers and analysts based in London and Singapore.
Four-part Big Question special
Senior analyst Argyle joins from Somerset
Mixed growth/value portfolio
'Prepare to go off the beaten track'
Edward Lam, lead manager of the Somerset Emerging Markets Dividend Growth fund, takes a closer look at whether EMs can keep up their impressive run.
Targeting non-UK investors
Emerging market specialist
China and Turkey pose key risks
Part of Investment Week's Managers to Watch series
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MSCI reviewing index constituents
Asset management industry has 'changed hugely'
Responding to demand for ethical EM strategy
Frontier markets can provide opportunities
Firm favours specialist boutique niche
Market had volatile start to the year
An investment industry wish list
The pro-business reforms implemented by India's prime minister Narendra Modi are making state-owned companies look attractive for investors, according to Somerset Capital's Dhawal Mehta.
Think-tank New City Initiative (NCI) chairman Dominic Johnson has called for a dedicated Financial Conduct Authority division to help start-up firms.
Why we are dipping our toes back into EMs
Emerging markets specialist Somerset Capital is to add an India fund to its suite of products in 2015, to be run by its newest hire.
Wealth firms are growing concerned a regulatory crackdown on bonuses within the UK banking sector could end up impacting the investment management industry.
Edward Lam is running a significant underweight to China in the expectation the country will move to devalue its currency.