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Investing in global emerging markets
The emerging markets asset class is extremely varied. It includes democracies and dictatorships, economies reliant on manufacturing and those that export commodities. It is home to some of the very best companies in the world, alongside some of the very worst.
We launched our first Global Emerging Markets Sustainability strategy in 2009, and over the decade since have continued to refine our ideas around quality, seeking only the very best companies to own on behalf of our clients. Companies with exceptional cultures, strong franchises and resilient financials.
As with all of our strategies, we look to invest only in businesses that are well positioned to contribute to and benefit from the sustainable development of the countries in which they operate. We believe that these companies are not only better placed to deliver long-term returns, but also face fewer risks along the way.
Discover more about our global emerging markets strategies below.