Emerging markets have entered a “new normal.” While this shift comes with transformational changes, it is also bringing forth new and exciting opportunities across emerging markets equities. Emerging Markets Equity Portfolio Manager David Semple will talk about the continued evolution what he believes are the most resilient and inspiring stock specific opportunities in emerging markets and how they may be divorced from potential volatility of ongoing macro events, such as the U.S. elections, U.S./China tensions, maintaining suitable and affordable monetary and fiscal policies, and the current inflation vs. deflation debate.
- Trend acceleration across emerging markets equities
- Investing in structural growth stocks in the current market environment
- Strategy’s positioning and outlook for 2020 & beyond
Portfolio Manager, Emerging Markets Equity Strategy
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