Published by : Standard Life Investments
In recent years, an allocation to emerging market debt (EMD) has become increasingly common in portfolios. However, many investors view this as a tactical allocation based on short-to-medium term expectations.
In this paper, we consider the long-term benefits of an exposure to EMD and argue the asset class should form a permanent part of investors' portfolios. We also look at how best to exploit the opportunities that exist within the increasingly diverse EMD universe.
Published:22 June 2015
Business Area: EMD
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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