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The VanEck VIP Emerging Markets Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation by investing in equity securities in emerging markets around the world. The Fund is a global emerging markets equity portfolio focused on companies with growth potential at a reasonable price (“GARP”). Our bottom-up investment process is driven by fundamental research into the sustainability of a company’s growth drivers, and is oriented toward strong secular stories, many of which reflect domestic demand themes and are often found in smaller-capitalization stocks.


Fund Details


Net Assets $157.3M P/E (LTM) / P/E (Forward) 22.4/23.5
Number of Holdings 87 P/B (LTM) 3.9
Turnover Rate (2019) 22.2% Average Weighted Market Cap $24.2B

Fund Summary


The Fund seeks long-term capital appreciation by investing primarily in equity securities in emerging markets around the world. The Fund's benchmark is the Morgan Stanley Capital International Emerging Markets Index.

Country Weightings (%)


China 44.8
India 10.1
Taiwan 7.0
South Korea 5.8
Brazil 4.7
Philippines 3.3
Russia 2.7
South Africa 2.5
Egypt 2.3
Turkey 2.2
Mexico 2.1
Indonesia 2.0
Other EM 9.1
Cash 1.5

Sector Weightings (%)


Consumer Discretionary 33.0
Financials 20.1
Communication Services 16.0
Information Technology 11.1
Industrials 6.2
Health Care 5.7
Real Estate 2.3
Energy 2.0
Consumer Staples 1.6
Materials 0.5
Cash 1.5

Top 10 Holdings (%)


Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. 8.7
Tencent Holdings Ltd. 7.7
HDFC Bank Limited 4.6
Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China, Ltd. Class H 3.5
Prosus N.V. Class N 2.9
Samsung SDI Co., Ltd 2.7
Meituan Class B 2.5
Wuxi Biologics (Cayman) Inc. 2.2
Delivery Hero SE 2.0
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 2.0

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Market Capitalization Breakdown


Large (>= $10 billion) 60.8
Mid (< $10 billion >= $2 billion) 22.7
Small (< $2 billion) 16.5
Average Weighted Market Cap $24.2B

Market capitalization (cap) is the value of a corporation as determined by the market price of its issued and outstanding common stock.