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Dedicated to Emerging Markets

Ashmore is a specialist Emerging Markets investment manager with over thirty 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.
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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 thirty 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

Slowdown ahead sign
Weekly investor research

Economic data suggests the global economy is slowing, not plunging into recession, as EM growth rebounds

The European Union announced most countries will cut oil imports from Russia by the end of 2022. Ukraine grain exports dropped more than 60% from a year ago due to logistical constraints. Global PMIs declined with EM PMIs improving and DM deteriorating...
Shanghai Skyline
Weekly investor research

Better market sentiment after good news from China

Equities and fixed income recovered from oversold levels. Russia takes further territory in Donbas as a peace deal remains elusive. Argentina allowed energy companies increasing production to access foreign currency. Brazil inflation was higher than...
Ashmore video
Video

Frontier markets, why and why now

Andy Brudenell, Ashmore’s Lead Portfolio Manager for Frontier Market strategies answers questions about why Frontier Markets, and why now for your asset allocation.
US Dollar bundles
Weekly investor research

US stocks down, EM stocks up

US stocks and the US dollar underperformed last week as economic activity slows in the US while EM stocks rebounded. China cut lending rates by 20bps. The Ukraine conflict remained at a stalemate as Russia downplayed the importance of Sweden and...
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Weekly investor research

China’s data weak, but leading indicators more encouraging

Finland and Sweden said they would like to join NATO. China’s economic data was much weaker than expected in April, but higher frequency data improved in May. Brazil’s Petrobras hiked diesel prices despite political pressures. Most Chileans said they...
Victory Day
Weekly investor research

No breakthrough on victory day

There was no breakthrough from Russia during victory day and no significant sanctions on Russia following the G7 meeting. Brazil hiked policy rate by 100bps to 12.75%, Czech and Poland hiked 75bps to 5.75% and 5.25% respectively while India hiked 40bps...