Nordics have more appetite for emerging markets than EU peers

The most notable challenges in emerging market investments today are the divergence of passive and active flows and the perceived political risks, says Jupiter Asset Management's Head of Strategy, Emerging Markets Ross Teverson.

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Nordic investors tend to have a more long-term vision than other European institutional investors when they invest in emerging markets, says Jupiter Fund Management Head of Strategy, Emerging Markets Ross Teverson.

Jupiter currently manages assets worth about USD 60bn, of which approximately USD 2.5bn are invested across emerging and frontier markets. The company’s Stockholm office is managed by Jupiter Fund Management's Head of Nordics, Magnus Jahnke.

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