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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.
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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.
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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

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Weekly investor research

EM inflation still subdued as food prices likely to decline into year-end

Emerging Markets consumer prices index (CPI) inflation remains subdued as food prices are likely to decline into year-end. Primary issuance of Eurobonds increased last week. China announced further capital account liberalisation.
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Ashmore Emerging Markets Equity Update

Dhiren Shah and Edward Evans update on the EM Equity platform at Ashmore along with drivers ‎of performance and outlook.
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Weekly investor research

Another step to reset the bilateral relationship between China and the US

The presidents of China and the United States (US) held conversations to reset their bilateral relationship.
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Weekly investor research

Summer is over, liquidity returns to global markets

After a nervous start last week, markets welcomed the dovish tone of Fed chair Jay Powell’s speech at the Jackson Hole Symposium.
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Weekly investor research

A new balance of power after the botched withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan

The botched withdrawal of Afghanistan marks the end of NATO’s Nation-Building efforts in the Middle East and Central Asia. Mixed political news in Peru.
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Weekly investor research

EM central banks tackle moderate inflation

Emerging Markets (EM) inflation was stable in July at a much lower level than in the US.