Following the kick start of the European Central Bank’s quantitative easing programme at the start of the year, Sonya Dilova,Emerging Markets Corporate Fund Manager, F&C Investments, explains why she believes interest rates are likely to remain low in Europe for some time. She also predicts whether we can expect a net-increase in issuance from oil-exporting countries as their revenues decrease.…
20 Mar 2015
Continuing our series of interviews with Emerging Market investors, this week Hannes Boller, Senior Portfolio Manager, Fisch Asset Management, gives his prediction on whether the pick up in US growth and strengthening dollar is a threat to Emerging Market bonds and analyses which countries have gained an advantage from the fall in oil prices.
13 Mar 2015
In December 2014, YDA Group issued their first three-year bond dominated in Turkish Lira by closing a TL 200 million bond. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) subscribed to TL40 million of the bond, which marked the first time the bank had particpated in a local-currency bond by a Turkish company outside of the banking sector. Huseyin Arslan, Co-Founder and Chairman of…
13 Mar 2015
In the next edition of our series of interviews with Emerging Market investors, we ask Brigitte Posch, Head of Emerging Markets Corporates and Ricardo Adrogué, Head of Emerging Markets Debt at Babson Capital for their opinion on how the fall in oil prices will affect Emerging Market fixed income and where they currently see opportunities in the market.
6 Mar 2015