A new approach to investing in the emerging world
One of the pioneers in emerging markets, Carmignac Gestion has demonstrated once again its capacity for innovation by launching Carmignac Emerging Patrimoine in March 2011.
An original Emerging markets Fund, combining equities, bonds and currencies with an active equity exposure management. Carmignac Emerging Patrimoine offers a diversified approach to emerging markets, generating performance whilst controlling volatility.
An original concept
Carmignac Emerging Patrimoine is a global diversified fund aiming to offer investors a return on their capital by harnessing three performance drivers:
A portfolio focused on the strength of emerging markets, particularly sectors linked to improving living standards.
Strategies involving local and foreign debt - Government issues and corporate bonds in local and international currencies.
Currency exposure levels reflect managers’ convictions.
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- To take advantage of the strong growth regions in the world while avoiding 100% exposure to equity risk
- To seize new investment opportunities in growing markets
- To diversify your portfolio through active asset allocation
Trust the pioneers
Tapping into the Emerging Universe since the company’s inception in 1989.
The teams’ cultural diversity enabling in-depth analysis and a thorough knowledge of local markets.
The idea generation is a team effort, developed trough continuous exchanges of equity and bond teams working in-sync with specific sector analysts.
Simon Pickard graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Master of Arts. He launched his career in Hong Kong at John Swire and Sons before joining Jupiter Asset Management in London as Eastern European Equities Manager. He fostered a specialisation in pan-European equities first at Carmignac Gestion and then at Argos Investment Managers in Geneva. In 2008 he returned to Carmignac Gestion as Emerging Equities Manager.
Charles Zerah holds a DESS postgraduate diploma in Finance (Paris II Panthéon Sorbonne) as well as a Masters in Banking and Finance. Ever since he embarked on his career, first with Axa Investment Managers and then with CAAM in both Paris and London, he has specialised in managing emerging market bonds. He came to Carmignac Gestion in 2010 as International Fixed Income Manager.
Frédéric Leroux is a graduate of IESEG School of Management in Lille. He began his career as a portfolio manager at Banque Scalbert-Dupont and then moved to Carmignac Gestion before founding KHEOPS Finance in 1997. He continued his career as an adviser on equity derivatives strategies at BNP Paribas Equities and HSBC CCF Securities before returning to Carmignac Gestion in 2003 as Global Manager.
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Emerging Patrimoine is a sub-fund of the Luxembourg SICAV :
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the capital invested and the recommended investment horizon is
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