With the US election behind us, is now a good time to buy emerging market debt?
Alejandro Arevalo and Reza Karim
About this talk
Emerging market debt has recently been dominated by external factors like US fiscal stimulus, US elections and developed market lockdowns, because these headlines have driven overall risk sentiment. Amidst the headline noise, investors risk missing out on the internal and country-specific drivers of emerging markets. We argue that with some key headline risk in the rear view mirror, investors cannot ignore the emerging market debt asset class, as it offers some of the most attractive yields in a world of ultra-low or negative rates, as well as the potential of high risk-adjusted returns. The key is to be selective, but given the diversity of the region it is difficult to separate the good from the bad. On Monday 23 November at 9am join Alejandro Arevalo, Fund Manager, Reza Karim, Assistant Fund Manager, and Matthew Morgan, Investment Director, as they discuss the changing market dynamics and how they’ve repositioned their funds to navigate these unprecedented times. This will be followed by a Q&A session where you will have the opportunity to submit questions directly to the team.