In the five years to May this year, US-based asset manager Neuberger Berman's fund EM Debt Hard Currency generated a return of 27.2 percent, measured in USD, according to data from financial news service Citywire. By contrast, the average manager delivered a return on 10.3 percent in the same time span.
Rob Drijkoningen is the fund's portfolio manager. As Neuberger Berman's Co-Head of Emerging Market Debt, he oversees a portfolio of around EUR 1.02 billion in assets, divided between 267 corporate and sovereign securities with an average maturity of 14.3 years.
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