Many emerging market companies are controlled by a majority shareholder. What does this mean for investors?
When PKA split its high yield portfolio into regional exposures, it had to decide whether its US and Europe-based managers would retain the emerging market corporate debt exposure
The outlook for emerging market corporate debt remains positive but not all Nordic investors are convinced
A consensus sees long-term potential but views range from advising being overweight to urging a cautious approach
The eurozone crisis is having an impact on bank lending to emerging market corporates. This creates opportunities for institutional investors to fill the gap
According to a recent study by LGIM, faster-growing economies, produce far better stock market returns. But some academics believe the opposite is true.
Lower return expectations for emerging markets and a greater divergence within the developing world has an impact on investment strategies
Valtion Eläkerahasto chief executive officer Timo Löyttyniemi tells William Anderson why, having increased the company’s emerging markets allocation substantially last year, he plans to boost its holdings yet again
The Swedish state fund gets first-hand experience of the liberalisation of Chinese equity markets as it looks to Chinese equities for greater exposure to growth patterns and better portfolio diversification
Growing political risk in Russia fails to deter Nordic investors, who believe the oil price is a more important factor