Investec Emerging Markets Blended Debt Fund I Accumulation GBP

Name
Investec Emerging Markets Blended Debt Fund I Accumulation GBP
Manager
Investec Fund Managers Ltd
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00BJFLDK12
Sector
Global Emerging Markets Bond
Launched
27/02/2014
OCF
0.89 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
0.64
3 Year Alpha
-0.88
Yield
4.4 %
Benchmark
JPM GBI-EM Global Diversified TR USD
The Fund aims to provide income and generate capital gains over the long term primarily through investment in public sector, sovereign and corporate fixed interest instruments issued by emerging market borrowers or borrowers that derive a predominant part of their economic activity from emerging market countries.
Holding %
CITI IRS 2.2372 02AUG23 VS SGD6M_Pay 3.22 %
Mexico (United Mexican States) 7.5% 2.72 %
Thailand (Kingdom Of) 2.12% 2.55 %
United States Treasury Bills 2.37 %
Brazil (Federative Republic) 10% 1.71 %
Secretaria Tesouro Nacional 1.69 %
Goldman Sachs International South Africa Go 100bps 20jun24 1.60 %
Goldman Sachs International South Africa Go 100bps 20jun24 1.54 %
Brazil (Federative Republic) 10% 1.46 %
Hungary (Republic Of) 3% 1.44 %
Name
Investec Fund Managers Ltd
Address
EC2V 5HA, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Mike Hugman
Joined 09/30/2017

Michael is a portfolio manager, investment specialist and strategist in the Global Emerging Market Debt team at Investec Asset Management. He is responsible for managing the Emerging Markets Blended Debt Strategy and Emerging Markets Multi-Asset Strategy. He is also responsible for Latin American regional and Top-Down asset allocation research and generating trade ideas including top-down/global themes and quantitative modelling. Prior to joining Investec Asset Management, Michael worked at Amiya Capital, a global/emerging market hedge fund where he was an economist, and before that, he was an emerging market economist and strategist at Standard Bank, London. Prior to Standard Bank, he spent two years working as a technical advisor to the Budget Office, Nigerian Ministry of Finance. Michael graduated with a Master of Philosophy in Economics (distinction) and a first class Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, both from the University of Oxford.

Grant Webster
Joined 11/01/2012

Grant is an investment specialist and portfolio manager in the Global Emerging Market Debt team at Investec Asset Management. He is responsible for managing the Emerging Markets Blended Debt Strategy and Emerging Markets Multi-Asset Strategy, and EEMEA regional and Top-Down asset allocation research. Prior to joining the firm, Grant worked in London as a quantitative analyst and portfolio manager of global macro and convertible bond funds at RWC Partners. He also spent a year working as an equity analyst for Investec Asset Management in Cape Town in 2006. Grant holds a Bachelor of Business Science (Hons) degree from the University of Cape Town and a Master’s degree with distinction in Finance from London Business School, concentrating on investments and quantitative finance. He is a qualified Actuary (AIA) and CFA Charterholder.

Peter Eerdmans
Joined 10/01/2012

Peter is co-head of Emerging Market Fixed Income at Investec Asset Management. He is jointly responsible with Werner Gey van Pittius for all global emerging market debt strategies. Peter is also responsible for Asian markets and top-down analysis within the team. He joined the firm in 2005 from Watson Wyatt, where he was responsible for bond and currency manager research. Prior to his time at Watson Wyatt, he spent six years as a senior portfolio manager responsible for global bond management at Robeco, where he helped develop the credit process and lead on numerous projects improving the process and tools of the department. He graduated in 1995 with a Master’s degree in Econometrics from Erasmus University Rotterdam.

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