The emerging picture

Weidner, Eckhard
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p22
In this article the author discusses the factors that need to be considered by investment managers in investing in emerging markets equity funds for multi-manager funds in Great Britain. He asserts that politics, macroeconomy and currency depreciation will affect the performance of business in emerging countries. The author points out managers should have enhanced skills to enhance portfolio and efficiently assess tthe funds' exposure to risks.


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