Aberdeen to discuss EM corporate bond in Lausanne
Max Wolman, senior investment manager, Aberdeen Asset Management will talk about the myths and realities of emerging market corporate bonds at InvestmentEurope‘s Pan-European Summit in Lausanne.
“Separating the myths from the realities of emerging market corporate bonds. Max Wolman will seek to dispel the untruths regarding market size, default rates, diversification and issues around the high yields status of EM corporate bonds.
“We will show you why we believe that the fundamentals remain favourable, with low default rates, higher cash levels and strong profitability. To conclude, a unique insight into Aberdeen’s process and performance in the product will be given,” the manager will say.
Wolman joined Aberdeen in 2001, from Liontrust Asset Management, initially covering FX dealing at Aberdeen. In 2003 he joined the EMD team bringing his knowledge of currencies to help analysis local EM markets.
He has since covered EM corporates and helped launch Aberdeen’s EM corporate strategy, offering a top down view when investing in the asset class. Max graduated with a BA (Hons) in Business and Hospitality Management from Leeds University and he has a Graduate Diploma in Finance from the University of London. Max is a CFA Charterholder.