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Emerging markets: Balancing risk and volatility for long-term gain

Wed, Apr 17, 2019 2:01 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}

Macro pressures have kept a lid on emerging markets over the past few years, giving many an institutional investor a case of indigestion. But most understand that EM is a secular opportunity, and many trends that can serve to drive performance over the long term are falling into place.

This webinar includes a top-notch panel of emerging market experts who will discuss those macro trends, how they are changing and what that means for institutional investors seeking opportunities for return generation and diversification. The panel will discuss economic trends, demographic trends and investment trends.

Other topics the panel will cover include:

  • Emerging vs. developed market economic growth
  • The major risks that investors should be keeping an eye on
  • How to think about volatility and factor it into your investment strategy
  • EM debt and equity
  • Economic sectors to watch
  • ESG in emerging markets


Nick Robinson
 Investment Director, Global Emerging Markets
Aberdeen Standard Investments

Vivek Tanneeru
Asia ESG Portfolio Manager
Matthews Asia

Cathy Hepworth
  Managing Director and
Co-Head of Emerging Markets Debt Team
PGIM Fixed Income

Samy Muaddi, CFA
 Emerging Markets Debt Portfolio Manager
T. Rowe Price


Greg Crawford
Director, Content Solutions
Pensions & Investments

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