Our process analyzes the relevant political, legal, technical, and economic risk factors of each investment opportunity. We use comprehensive risk analysis on our portfolios with the aim of minimizing drawdowns.
Our approach seeks to provide positive and uncorrelated long-term returns through active management in a historically volatile asset class. Emso's portfolios benefit from over 20 years of development and integration of trading, settlement, technology, and risk management within one firm.
Investing in sovereign and quasi-sovereign fixed income opportunities, including those that have a complex political or credit story.
Investing in interest rates and currencies across emerging markets, using local currency government bonds, bills, or derivatives.
Investing in non-government related corporate credit opportunities within emerging markets.
The investment lenses constitute the essential components of our fundamental research process, and together they inform our investment decisions, with ESG factors and attendant ESG risks assessed by the Firm at the research level.
Identifying countries, regions, and investible securities of interest.
Fundamental analytical review, legal research, frequent travel to target countries, and use of local advisors.
Analyze all opportunities including sizing and hedging of individual positions and portfolio themes.
Review of market developments and portfolio hedges, involving all relevant portfolio managers and research analysts.
Strategic and tactical asset allocation, investing in the broadest range of investment products.
Asset allocation limited to a number of core ideas with weekly or daily liquidity.
Strategic asset allocation in predominately long-only investments, aiming to outperform emerging market bond indices.
Investments in illiquid opportunities in emerging markets with a multi-year investment horizon.
Tailored to meet specific needs of institutional investors.