Emerging Markets:
Move when others hesitate

What is your assessment of emerging markets opportunities? Is your first concern the risk that your investments there are likely to entail? If yes, only few investors would respond differently, as our new global study reveals.

Find out which strategies are key for those who anticipate the potential – and who are bold enough to move when others hesitate.

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Having the right risk tools at hand may help you succeed in emerging markets.

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...and start your deep dive into investor’s sentiments in Covid-19 times

Infographic “From risk to return?”. Our quantitative study shows: The Covid-19 situation seems to have created more opportunities for emerging markets investors.

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Emerging Markets Investing

This global study, surveying 300 professional investors worldwide, investigates the complexity that comes with growing emerging markets allocations. Learn which strategies from ESG to active management might help you move when others hesitate.


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