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Unconstrained Emerging Markets Bond UCITS

  • Emerging Markets Bond

    Van Eck's emerging markets bond investment team seeks exposure to emerging markets fundamentals, generally characterized by lower debts and deficits, higher growth rates and independent central banks. They can invest in debt securities that are issued by governments, quasi-government entities or corporations in emerging markets countries. These securities may be denominated in any currency, including those of emerging markets. Eric Fine, a veteran of emerging markets, is the Fund's portfolio manager and is supported by chief economist, Natalia Gurushina, and assistant portfolio managers Carlos Nogueira and David Austerweil.

    • Eric Fine

      Eric Fine, Portfolio Manager

      • 25 Years of Industry Experience
      • 5 Years at Van Eck Global (2009)
      • MPP, Harvard University, 1989
      • BA, Duke University, 1987
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    • Natalia Gurushina

      Natalia Gurushina, Chief Economist

      • 19 Years of Industry Experience
      • 1 Year at Van Eck Global (2013)
      • PhD, Economic History, University of Oxford, 1995
      • BA, Economics, Moscow State University, 1989
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    • Carlos Nogueira

      Carlos Nogueira, Assistant Portfolio Manager

      • 20 Years of Industry Experience
      • 5 Years at Van Eck Global (2009)
      • PhD, Neuroscience, Boston University, 1994
      • MS, Computer Science, National Institute of Space Research, 1989
      • BS, Electrical Engineering, Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil), 1985
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    • David Austerweil

      David Austerweil, Assistant Portfolio Manager

      • 12 Years of Industry Experience
      • 2 Years at Van Eck Global (2012)
      • MS, Financial Engineering, Columbia University, 2006
      • BA, Computer Science, Columbia University, 2002
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  • Important Disclosure 

    This website is for informational/advertisement purposes only and does not constitute any legal or investment advice. This web site should not be regarded as an offer for the purchase and the sale of the fund’s shares.

    Investors should consult the prospectus and key investor information before subscribing. The prospectus, the key investor information documents and the financial reports can be obtained free of charge from this web site and upon request from the SICAV’s registered office and the offices of all local information agents. The documents, except for key investor information, are only available in English. Past performance of the sub-fund is no guarantee for future performance.

    You can lose money by investing in the Sub-Fund. Any investment in the Sub-Fund should be part of an overall investment program, not a complete program. Unconstrained Emerging Markets Bond UCITS is subject to the risk associated with investing in foreign denominated and/or domiciled securities, which may involve heightened risk due to currency fluctuations, and economic and political risks, which may be enhanced in emerging markets. The portfolio may also be subject to credit risk, interest rate risk, sovereign debt risk, tax risk, non-diversification risk and risks associated with non-investment grade securities. Bonds and bond funds will decrease in value as interest rates rise.

    The Sub-Fund is an open-ended investment companies established in Luxembourg, which is available for sale in certain jurisdictions only. The Sub-Fund is not available for sale in the U.S. or to U.S. persons. Van Eck Switzerland AG is the global distributor of the Sub-Funds.