Emerging Markets: Finding opportunity in uncertainty

Amid continuing volatility on the back of one of the biggest selloffs in emerging markets this year, active managers are finding hope in the long-term outperformers for their EM portfolios. The negative global macro-environment has, in fact, separated the bad from the good and has forced some EM companies and countries to be more self-reliant. A panel of emerging market experts that includes Maria Negrete-Gruson, managing director and portfolio manager at Artisan Partners; Ricardo Adrogué, head of emerging markets debt at Barings; and Claire Franklin, portfolio manager at BMO Global Asset Management discuss the macro-environment, share company and country specifics, and offer insights on where to look past the headlines.

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Amid continuing volatility on the back of one of the biggest selloffs in emerging markets this year, active managers are finding hope in the long-term outperformers for their EM portfolios. The negative global macro-environment has, in fact, separated the bad from the good and has forced some EM companies and countries to be more self-reliant. A panel of emerging market experts that includes Maria Negrete-Gruson, managing director and portfolio manager at Artisan Partners; Ricardo Adrogué, head of emerging markets debt at Barings; and Claire Franklin, portfolio manager at BMO Global Asset Management discuss the macro-environment, share company and country specifics, and offer insights on where to look past the headlines. " />

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