Published by : Investec
This white paper discusses the benefits of taking a blended approach to investing in all the different forms of emerging market debt:
• Superior risk-adjusted returns due to diversification
• Additional potential returns from active allocation between the different components
• Access to a wide range of countries from frontier to well-developed emerging markets
Published:29 November 2012
Business Area: EMD
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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