Lazard Emerging Markets Fund S Acc

Lazard Emerging Markets Fund S Acc
Lazard Fund Managers Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
Global Emerging Markets
0.94 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
3 %
The Fund aims to achieve long term capital growth through investment in shares of companies which are based or have significant business interests in developing and emerging market countries. The Fund has discretion as to which shares it will hold and aims to generate returns that are better than the returns of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. The Fund will seek to acquire shares of companies which are selling for low prices relative to the financial strength of the companies (i.e. shares which are undervalued). Portfolio transactions costs are higher for the type of securities that the Fund invests in. Income and profits, if any, attributable to your shares will not be paid out as a dividend, but will be accumulated in the Fund on your behalf and reflected in an increase in the value of your shares. You can sell your shares back to the Fund on any day normally treated as a business day in United Kingdom.
Holding %
China Construction Bank Corp Class H 5.26 %
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd 4.73 %
SK Hynix Inc 4.32 %
China Mobile Ltd ADR 3.87 %
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd 2.81 %
Sberbank of Russia PJSC 2.70 %
America Movil SAB de CV ADR 2.41 %
Anhui Conch Cement Co Ltd Class H 2.41 %
CNOOC Ltd 2.06 %
NetEase Inc ADR 2.04 %
Region %
Asia - Emerging 43.01 %
Asia - Developed 22.59 %
Europe - Emerging 12.64 %
Latin America 10.73 %
Africa 6.38 %
Sector %
Financial Services 25.84 %
Technology 21.24 %
Communication Services 14.39 %
Energy 9.73 %
Basic materials 8.31 %
Consumer Defensive 6.44 %
Consumer Cyclical 5.83 %
Industrials 5.81 %
Lazard Fund Managers Limited
W1J 8LL, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Monika Shrestha
Joined 03/31/2006

Monika Shrestha, a Director of Lazard, is a portfolio manager/analyst on the Investment Manager’s Emerging Markets Equity team, responsible for research coverage of companies in the financials sector. Prior to joining Lazard in 2003, Ms. Shrestha was a principal at Waterview Advisors and a Corporate Finance Analyst with Salomon Smith Barney. Ms. Shrestha began working in the investment field in 1997. She has an MBA from the Harvard Business School, a BSE in Computer Science and Engineering and a BS in Economics (with a concentration in Finance) from the University of Pennsylvania.

Rohit Chopra
Joined 09/06/1999

Rohit Chopra, a Managing Director of Lazard , is a portfolio manager/analyst on the Investment Manager’s Emerging Markets Equity team, focusing on consumer and telecommunications research and analysis. He began working in the investment field in 1996. Prior to joining Lazard in 1999, Mr. Chopra was with Financial Resources Group, Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley. He has a BS in Finance and Information Systems from New York University and also studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

James Donald
Joined 09/06/1999

James M. Donald, a Managing Director of Lazard Asset Management, is a portfolio manager/analyst on the Investment Manager’s Emerging Markets Equity team and Head of the Emerging Markets Group. Prior to joining the Investment Manager in 1996, Mr. Donald was a portfolio manager with Mercury Asset Management. Mr. Donald is a CFA Charterholder.

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