Today, institutional investors are well versed in the arguments typically advanced for investing in emerging market debt (EMD); not least, arguments about diversification and yield pickup. However, in reality, interest in this asset class is often tempered by the challenges institutional investors experience in deciding on a correct allocation strategy and the perception that an allocation to this asset class appears to demand a disproportionately large proportion of their risk budget for what is usually a small allocation.
Michael A. Cirami, CFA, Co-Director, Global Income Group, Eaton Vance Management
Matthew F. Murphy, Jr. CFA, CAIA, Institutional Portfolio Manager, Global Income Group, Eaton Vance Management
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