An improvement in global market conditions is the only way to bring investors back to Russia and other risky markets, says BNY Mellon.
If you were disappointed by your equities in 2011, you probably were not invested in Mongolia’s, which rose 15%. As the country prepares for elections, FMG’s Arild Johansen told Investment Europe why his firm has launched a fund focused on the country.
Cube Capital, the $1.3bn global alternatives investment firm, has launched the Cube Asia Frontier Fund (CAFF) to invest opportunistically in real estate in Myanmar, Mongolia and Vietnam.
A new investment fund focusing on Mongolia has been launched by FMG, a specialist in emerging markets investments, to capitalise on the country’s booming economy and close economic links to China.
BNP Paribas Securities Services anticipates a burst of new business in Mongolia as asset managers attempt to tap into its commodities growth story.