Junk boat crossing Hong Kong harbour

Dedicated to Emerging Markets

Ashmore is a specialist Emerging Markets investment manager with over twenty years' experience in these markets. Today we continue to innovate, offering new strategies that provide an opportunity for investors to participate in Emerging Markets.
About us

About us

Based in London, the business was founded in 1992 as part of the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group.
Arrow down

ESG

Ashmore has long recognised the importance of sustainability and the impact of its investments.
Our awards

Our Awards

We are proud to be recognised in the industry and to be shown recognition for our performance and success.
Hot air balloons flying over Cappadocia, Turkey

Our capabilities

Ashmore is a specialist Emerging Markets investment manager with over twenty years’ experience in these markets. Ashmore focuses on a number of investment themes which include External Debt, Local Currency, Corporate Debt, Equities and Alternatives. This section is for information only and some of these investment themes may not be available through mutual funds in your country.

Latest Insights

Ashmore video
Video

Attractive Opportunities in the Asia High Yield Market

Please join Robin Forrest (Head of Corporate Debt) and Adrian Petreanu (Portfolio Manager) as they provide a detailed analysis of the High Yield market with a focus on China real estate and our view of what we can expect from here.
Slice of cake
Weekly investor research

Petrobras offers investors the opportunity to have their cake and eat it, in a socially responsible manner

Argentina had better fiscal numbers than expected, mostly due to creative accounting and one off factors. The 2022 presidential races start to shape up in Brazil and Colombia.
JD.com headquarters logo sign
Weekly investor research

Differentiation is the name of the game

The results of the leading e-commerce Chinese companies highlight the importance of active management in EM equities. Argentina and the IMF sent positive signals towards a new agreement.
Hand inserting vote in ballot box
Weekly investor research

The Peronist Party suffered a historic defeat in Argentina; Xi Jinping approves historical resolution document in China

Argentina’s government coalition received only one-third of the votes in mid-term nationwide elections. Inflation rose further in Brazil as the current political-economic juncture rhymes with 2002.
Large Ferruginous Hawk in flight
Weekly investor research

DM central banks flip-flop back to a dovish stance while EM kept a hawkish course

The RBA, Fed and BoE flip-flopped back to a dovish stance while the CNB and NBP hiked policy rates by a larger magnitude than expected. In contrast with DM, EM central banks are ahead of the curve in the task of controlling inflation.
Coat of Arms Australia
Weekly investor research

Solid forward looking PMI's across Asia and technical bear flattening of DM yield curves

Manufacturing PMIs were stronger than expected in Indonesia, India, Malaysia and Thailand (snippets). The front end of global DM curves widened significantly, leading to further “bear” flattening across global yield curves (Global backdrop).