A developing asset class?

Emerging market CDOs


Emerging market debt does not immediately spring to mind as a suitable asset class for use in collateralised debt obligations (CDOs) – products designed to provide investors with exposure to a wide universe of credits, sectors and other structures. The reason is that emerging market debt is often perceived as a niche asset class whose constituents are highly correlated.

So why is there increasing interest in emerging market CDOs? And why should investors look at such products? Part of the reason

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