The world can’t move to a sustainable future without investing in developing countries and providing them with the infrastructure they need, according to ESG specialists.
The suspension of half of Mongolia's broker community by the local exchange last month has highlighted the problems faced by those trading frontier markets.
The nation’s Securities and Exchange Commission has amended laws to encourage foreign participation and drive scale in the domestic market.
Foreign investors must have exit strategies at all times to guard against the sudden risk of market liquidity grinding to a halt, says a fund manager in Ho Chi Minh City.
The International Finance Corporation is considering issuing mandates to third-party managers to bring $2.5 billion to frontier and emerging public markets.
Fund managers and even some providers of exchange-traded funds say ETFs may be ill-suited for accessing immature markets.
The bank’s asset management arm argues the case for frontier markets over emerging markets, with Nigeria a particular favourite.
The Swedish fund-of-funds house talks up the Middle Eastern market's potential as it prepares to launch a new Iraq fund.
The Cayman Islands-based investment company has finished fundraising for its Cambodia fund and launched two Sri Lanka funds.
ING Investment ManagementÆs Dubai-based team plans to launch a frontier-market product for global investors that will include both equity and debt.
Research published this week highlights the difficulties of emerging-market investing and suggests some broad strategies.
Higher oil prices and an improvement in risk appetite are needed to revive general interest in the small and less liquid markets.