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Global Emerging Markets

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Structural changes in the world economy are transforming emerging markets. We look to invest in the winners that emerge as efficient and sustainable businesses.

"Emerging markets are establishing sustainable growth rather than the old model of cheap labour, cheap land, pollute as much as you want. Now is the time for them to find their niche in the global supply chain."

Gary Greenberg

Lead Portfolio Manager

Why Hermes Global Emerging Markets?

Experience & rigour

Manager Gary Greenberg has three decades of investment experience.

Truly active management

A concentrated portfolio with a high active share, invested long term.

Size

Flexibility to invest across the market capitalisation spectrum.

Integrated ESG

Environmental, social and governance factors are integrated into our analysis.

Quality & safety

Buying quality companies at a discount gives a margin of safety.

From top to bottom

Bottom-up analysis finds quality companies trading at attractive valuations. This is integrated into a top-down framework that identifies positive conditions for growth.

Risk management
Risk is assessed at a stock, sector and country level. The team also considers ESG elements as part of their assessment of risk. This analysis is supported by Hermes EOS, our in-house engagement service. The investment team’s analysis of risk and opportunities feeds into their allocation decisions, which are focused on risk-adjusted returns.

Awards:

2017 Investment Week:
Fund Manager of the Year Winner Global Emerging Markets
2017 Financial Express:
Alpha Manager of the Year Emerging Markets
2017 FT Advisor 100 Club:
Global Emerging Markets Fund of the Year
Investment Week - Fund Manager of the Year 2017 - Global Emerging Markets Financial Express Winner Emerging Markets 2017 FT IA 100 Club-Award 2017 - Hermes Investment Management
Global Emerging Markets
Gary Greenberg, Head of Global Emerging Markets, meets with Citywire to discuss China’s transition to a consumer-driven global tech leader.

Targets cannot be guaranteed.

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