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Lockdown boredom and low interest rates also feeding into growth at emerging market brokerages, say Evli's advisors

Increasing interest in stock ownership around the world, kicked off by Covid-19 lockdowns, low interest rates for bank deposits as well as booming stock markets, is making emerging market brokerages another attractive investment target, say the advisors for Evli's Emerging Frontier fund.

Managers of the Evli Emerging Frontier Fund Burton Flynn (l.) and Ivan Nechunaev visiting a factory in Vietnam. | Photo: Terra Nova Capital PR.

Increasing interest in stock ownership among retail investors offers attractive investment opportunities in emerging market brokerages, say advisors of the Evli Emerging Frontier fund.

Talking to AMWatch, Dubai-based fund managers of Terra Nova Capital Burton Flynn and Ivan Nechunaev note there is a global wave of new brokerage accounts being opened.

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