VanEck is a global investment manager with offices around the world. To help you find content that is suitable for your investment needs, please select your country and investor type.
Trends with Benefits is a podcast by VanEck with a forward-looking perspective. Host Ed Lopez interviews a guest each week to discover new ways of thinking about the markets, investing, work and life.
Stay current on VanEck’s latest news, press releases and important company information.
Find current notifications such as shareholder announcements and results of the shareholder meetings.
Find all relevant documents regarding VanEck’s ETNs such as KIDs, Prospectuses and Final Terms.
Find general legal policies and procedures of VanEck such as the Remuneration Policy or Complaints Procedure.
Through forward-looking, intelligently designed active and ETF solutions, we offer value-added exposures to emerging industries, asset classes and markets as well as differentiated approaches to traditional strategies.
VanEck's investment teams offer active and passive strategies with compelling exposures supported by well-designed investment processes. The firm's capabilities range from core investment opportunities to more specialized exposures to enhance portfolio diversificaiton.
Search the latest job roles and career opportunities at VanEck. Apply today to join our growing European team.
Find the VanEck contact details for all European countries. If you have questions about our range of ETFs and mutual funds, please let us know.
Emerging markets are staging a comeback following a lackluster 2018, with China leading performance as it reacts to more stimulus and signs of improving U.S.-China trade negotiations.
A downgrade of Mexico’s Pemex to junk status could substantially impact the emerging markets high yield bond market. A look at previous emerging markets fallen angels may provide insight into what this may mean for investors.
With virtually no overlap with U.S. high yield corporate benchmarks, we believe emerging markets high yield corporate bonds can offer differentiated exposure within a fixed income portfolio.
After a euphoric start, 2018 proved to be a challenging year for global markets, driven by macro factors. Through it all, we believe the real story continues to be the long march of secular growth in emerging markets.
A pause or reversal in U.S. dollar strength may favor emerging markets local currency bonds, which are already at historically low valuations against the U.S. dollar.