Jesse Sherman, portfolio manager at Renaissance Asset Managers, answers a Q&A on the recovery in the European periphery.
Plamen Monovski, CIO at RenAsset Management, will discuss tapering at the Pension Fund forum to be held in Zurich on 15 May.
Renaissance Asset Managers announced the registration of its Luxembourg fund range for distribution in Italy during the InvestmentEurope's Fund Selector Summit in Milan.
Renaissance Asset Managers, which soft closed its Sub-Saharan fund in February, is to launch Nigeria and East Africa funds later this year in response to ongoing investor demand for access to frontier markets.
Renaissance Asset Managers has been acquired by emerging markets specialist Kazimir Partners.
Renaissance Asset Managers (RAM) has soft-closed its Sub-Saharan Fund at $150m of client assets, following support from investors for its stock-picking strategy for African markets.
Renaissance Asset Managers (RAM) is to launch a Global Emerging Market Yield fund for its newest recruit, Michael Kollo.
Renaissance Credit, a new microfinance institution in Lagos, Nigeria, has launched on the Temenos T24 platform for Microfinance and Community Banking (MCB), hosted in the cloud on Windows Azure.
The Renaissance Ottoman Fund managed by emerging market investors Renaissance Asset Managers (RAM) has been upgraded to the top rating by Morningstar.
Renaissance Group, a leading emerging markets investment firm, has sold off all of its investment banking division to focus on asset management.
Following the parliamentary elections in Ukraine on Sunday, Renaissance Capital warns against excessive market enthusiasm for a speedy re-engagement with the IMF.
Ukraine's equity market has responded positively to the results of the parliamentary election on Sunday, October 28.
As parliamentary elections in Ukraine approach, due on October 28, one of the main topics under discussion is whether the country will strike a deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the aftermath.
Renaissance Asset Managers (RAM) has appointed Mark Robinson, a Prague-based consultant, as head of research.
Renaissance Asset Managers (RAM) has gained permission to distribute a number of its specialist Ucits funds in France, just a week after getting a green light for registration in Switzerland.
Renaissance Asset Managers has recently seen a surge of investor inflows into its Sub-Saharan Africa fund, which is now the largest Sub-Saharan UCITS fund on the market. Plamen Monovski, chief investment officer at the firm, talks about why the region...
Sberbank of Russia has hired Vlada Gosal from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) as managing director for debt capital markets in its investment banking team.
Troika Dialog has appointed Robert Hagon, formerly at Renaissance Capital, as co-head of equity sales trading in its London office.
Renaissance Asset Managers has gained registration to distribute five of its Ucits funds in Switzerland, following the opening of an office in Zurich in February.
Russia’s securities regulator, the Federal Service for Financial Markets (FSFM), has recently adopted a new legislation for foreign issuers wanting to place or publically circulate securities in Russia.
Russia has just enjoyed one of those rare summers where the weather was perfect and the markets kind, especially for investors in emerging market Eurobonds.
Russian corporate bonds may not be at the top of allocators' thought processes, but proposed law changes and market liberalisation making the asset class more accessible could soon bring them closer to the top.