GEM Breakfast Briefing 2015
Global emerging markets have suffered a torrid time recently as tumbling commodity prices, concerns over a China slowdown and fears over the impact of US rate rises weighed heavily on sentiment - even before ‘Black Monday' prompted a wider sell-off for the asset class.
However, amidst the gloom, many investors are finding attractive buying opportunities in this area, as well as identifying strategies which can protect them from the worst of the market volatility.
At our breakfast briefing, delegates will hear from three fund managers discussing key questions including: what does China's slowdown mean for emerging market countries and how will future interest rate rises impact the region? They will also be revealing where pockets of value have been opening up following the recent sell-off, as well as potential tailwinds for individual countries, sectors and companies.
*Please note: Places are complimentary for discretionary investment professionals who actively invest client assets, or researchers/analysts who influence buying decisions. Maximum two attendees per company.