Aberdeen Emerging Markets Investment Company Limited

Aberdeen Emerging Markets Investment Company Limited
Aberdeen Standard Investments
Closed Ended Investment Company
Global Emerging Markets
1.07 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
0 %
Fund Size
£ 258.55 million
Discount Premium
To achieve consistent returns for shareholders in excess of the MSCI Emerging Markets Net Total Return Index (GBP).
Holding %
Neuberger Berman China Eq USD I Acc 10.94 %
Schroder AsiaPacific Ord 6.72 %
Fidelity China Special Ord 6.25 %
Weiss Korea Opportunity Ord 6.22 %
AS SICAV I Frntr Mkts Bd Z Acc USD 5.82 %
AS SICAV I China A Share Eq Z Acc USD 5.30 %
Schroder ISF Taiwanese Equity Z Acc USD 5.06 %
SC Fondul Proprietatea SA ADR 4.46 %
Aberdeen Asian Income Ord 3.70 %
Lazard Emerging World C Acc GBP 3.67 %
Region %
Asia - Emerging 48.21 %
Asia - Developed 19.90 %
Europe - Emerging 10.30 %
Latin America 8.99 %
Middle East 5.41 %
Sector %
Financial Services 24.67 %
Technology 15.85 %
Consumer Cyclical 14.34 %
Consumer Defensive 9.85 %
Communication Services 8.81 %
Industrials 6.77 %
Basic materials 5.94 %
Real Estate 5.48 %
Healthcare 5.00 %
Aberdeen Standard Investments
EC4M 9HH, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company


Samir Shah
Joined 10/31/2017

Samir is responsible for the investment decisions of the Fund since inception. During his 22 year career in the financial markets, Samir has been involved in the trading of multiple asset classes and products across several markets. Prior to founding Sattva in 2003, Samir was an Executive Director at Goldman Sachs Asia (8/99 to 8/02). At Goldman Sachs he was primarily responsible for the market-making and trading activities in credit products and related fixed income products. Samir was a Vice President at Salomon Smith Barney in Hong Kong from September 1996 to July 1999, responsible for trading emerging markets and executing proprietary trading strategies in the Asia-Pacific region. From June 1993 to July 1996, he worked for Salomon Brothers in New York, where he was responsible for derivatives trading and structuring. From July 1986 to June 1993, he was with Deutsche Bank Capital in New York, responsible for trading and structuring of fixed income derivatives. Samir received his MBA from The Wharton School (with distinction). He qualified as a Chartered Accountant from The Institute of Chartered Accountants in India and a lawyer from Bombay University.

Viktor Broczko
Joined 10/31/2017
Andrew Lister
Joined 07/01/2014
Bernard Moody
Joined 07/01/2014

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