Threadneedle Emerging Market Local Fund Z Gross Accumulation GBP

Threadneedle Emerging Market Local Fund Z Gross Accumulation GBP
Threadneedle Investment Services Ltd
Open Ended Investment Company
Global Emerging Markets Bond
0.79 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
6.6 %
JPM GBI-EM Global Diversified TR USD
The investment objective of the Emerging Market Local Fund is to achieve a total return primarily by way of income with some capital growth.The ACD’s investment policy is to actively manage an exposure primarily to emerging market local currencies and debt securities issued by governments in Emerging Markets and/or companies which are domiciled or have significant operations in an Emerging Market. Those debt securities may be denominated in any currency, but at least two-thirds of the Fund will be invested in securities denominated in the local emerging market currency. Emerging markets countries are those characterised as developing or emerging by the MSCI Emerging Markets Index or those not listed in the OECD country list. If the ACD considers it desirable the Fund may gain exposure of up to one third of the total assets of the Fund to non-emerging market currencies and non-emerging market government/corporate debt securities.
Holding %
Republic of Colombia 9.85% 6.17 %
The Republic of Peru 6.95% 5.66 %
Philippines (Republic Of) 6.88% 3.86 %
Brazil (Federative Republic) 10% 3.41 %
Indonesia (Republic of) 7% 3.26 %
Republic of South Africa 8% 3.07 %
Dominican Republic 15.95% 3.04 %
Republic of South Africa 7% 3.03 %
Secretaria Tesouro Nacional 10% 2.65 %
Indonesia (Republic of) 8.75% 2.58 %
Threadneedle Investment Services Ltd
EC4N 6AG, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company


Henry Stipp
Joined 02/01/2014

Henry Stipp is the Head of Emerging Markets Fixed Income, joining Threadneedle in 2001. Henry is the leading Portfolio Manager for a diverse range of Absolute return, Local and Hard Currency fixed income portfolios. He started his career in Brazil in 1991 with CSFB – Garantia at the Open-Market Trading Desk and has also worked for Modal Bank¹ initially as a chief economist and then as Head of Research. Henry also worked as a professor of macroeconomics at the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. Henry holds a BSc in economics (Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro), a MSc (distinction) in macroeconomic policy in emerging markets (DPPC-UK) and a PhD in economics (University of London).

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