Emerging Market panel debate part 1: New directions - exploring EM investment
FOR PROFESSIONAL CLIENTS ONLY.
In the first of this 2 part series, managers from BNY Mellon's specialist investment boutiques explore opportunities in Emerging Markets. In this session Federico Garcia Zamora from Standish, Naomi Waistell from Newton and Colm McDonagh from Insight investment come together to discuss. Hosted by Cherry Reynard
RecordedNov 1 201728 mins
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