A two-pronged approach

Hedge funds


Emerging markets investment requires a two-pronged approach. As well as monitoring the performance and risk of individual investments, managers need to keep an eye on political developments onshore, macroeconomic trends and even events in other countries that could trigger a contagion effect, along the lines of the Russian debt crisis of 1998.

For GAM Global Emerging Markets Hedge, a London-based long/short emerging markets equity fund with $61.4 million in assets under management, combining a

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