M&G Emerging Markets Bond Fund Sterling I-H Inc

M&G Emerging Markets Bond Fund Sterling I-H Inc
M&G Securities Ltd
Open Ended Investment Company
Global Emerging Markets Bond
0.78 %
3 Year Sharpe
6.3 %
JPM GBI-EM Global Diversified TR USD
The Fund aims to maximise total return (the combination of income and growth of capital).
Holding %
United States Treasury Notes 0.62% 3.07 %
Russian Federation 8.15% 2.53 %
Secretaria Tesouro Nacional 10% 2.45 %
Indonesia (Republic of) 8.25% 1.73 %
The Republic of Peru 8.2% 1.68 %
Malaysia (Government Of) 3.88% 1.68 %
Republic of South Africa 8.75% 1.45 %
National Highways Authority of India 7.3% 1.40 %
The Republic of Benin 5.75% 1.33 %
Republic of Rwanda 6.62% 1.29 %
M&G Securities Ltd
EC4R OHH, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Claudia Calich
Joined 12/02/2013

Claudia Calich joined M&G in October 2013 as a specialist in emerging markets debt and has been fund manager of the M&G Emerging Markets Bond Fund since December 2013. She was also appointed fund manager of the M&G Global Government Bond Fund and deputy manager of the M&G Global Macro Bond Fund in July 2015. In May 2017, Claudia was appointed fund manager of the M&G (Lux) Emerging Markets Hard Currency Bond Fund at its launch. Claudia has over 20 years of experience in emerging markets, most recently as a senior portfolio manager at Invesco in New York.

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