Emerging Market Corporate Debt
Emerging market corporate debt has rapidly expanded into a varied and sizeable asset class, spanning many countries, issuers and sectors, each with their own distinct drivers. We believe the growth of the asset class and the diversity of the opportunity set qualifies emerging market corporate debt as a standalone allocation as well as forming an important component of global fixed income portfolios.
Insight offers investors access to this opportunity set through three investment strategies:
- corporate investment grade debt
- corporate high yield debt
- the best opportunities across the full emerging market corporate debt universe
We screen for the most compelling investment propositions across hard and local currency corporate bonds, from investment grade through to high yield. Our emerging market corporate debt portfolios are actively managed against a benchmark, which means they are index aware, not index constrained.
Application and account opening forms
Application form: Insight Global Funds II
Application form for Emerging Market Debt, Global (ex-UK) Bond, Libor Plus, Diversified Corporate Bond, Buy and Maintain Bond, Total Return Bond, Sustainable Euro Corporate Bond, Emerging Market Bond Opportunities and Liquid ABS Funds.
Application form: Insight Global Funds II (UK pension schemes)
Account opening form for Emerging Market Debt, Global (ex-UK) Bond, Libor Plus, Diversified Corporate Bond, Buy and Maintain Bond, Short-Dated High Yield Bond and Liquid ABS Funds.
Key Investor Information Documents
Prospectuses and scheme documents
- IGFII - Insight Emerging Markets Debt Fund supplement
Insight Global Funds II plc country supplement for UK investors
This is a country supplement for investors in the United Kindgom to the prospectus of Insight Global Funds II plc.
Insight Global Funds II plc prospectus
To the best of the knowledge and belief of the Directors (who have taken all reasonable care to ensure such is the case) the information contained in this document is in accordance with the facts and does not omit anything likely to affect the import of such information.
Insight Global Funds II plc Memorandum and Articles of Association
Insight Global Funds II plc Memorandum and Articles of Association.
Debunking the ESG myths in EMD
Investors often discount the importance of environmental, social and governance (ESG) analysis in emerging market debt (EMD) investing, based on perceptions that emerging market governance is inherently weak or that data is lacking.
Seeking out risk premia in emerging market debt
In 2018, we expect improving economic fundamentals and supportive technical to continue to underpin the asset class.
The next phase in the evolution of emerging market debt investing
While the emerging market debt universe has evolved beyond recognition over the last two decades, the way that investors approach the asset class has been slower to evolve. It is time for investors to look beyond constrained benchmarks and toward a total return approach.
Report and accounts
Transaction and switch forms
Team statistics as at 31 December 2017. Assets under management (AUM) are represented by the value of cash securities and other economic exposure managed for clients.
The Fund's target is not a guarantee may not be achieved and a capital loss may occur. Funds which have a higher performance aim generally take more risk to achieve this and do have a greater potential for the returns to be significantly different than expected.
The value of investments and any income from them will fluctuate and is not guaranteed (this may be partly due to exchange rate fluctuations). Investors may not get back the full amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.
Where the portfolio holds over 35% of its net asset value in securities of one governmental issuer, the value of the portfolio may be profoundly affected if one or more of these issuers fails to meet its obligations or suffers a ratings downgrade.
The issuer of a debt security may not pay income or repay capital to the bondholder when due.
Derivatives may be used to generate returns as well as to reduce costs and/or the overall risk of the portfolio. Using derivatives can involve a higher level of risk. A small movement in the price of an underlying investment may result in a disproportionately large movement in the price of the derivative investment.
Investments in emerging markets can be less liquid and riskier than more developed markets and difficulties in accounting, dealing, settlement and custody may arise.
Where high yield instruments are held, their low credit rating indicates a greater risk of default, which would affect the value of the portfolio.
The investment manager may invest in instruments which can be difficult to sell when markets are stressed.
While efforts will be made to eliminate potential inequalities between shareholders in a pooled fund through the performance fee calculation methodology, there may be occasions where a shareholder may pay a performance fee for which they have not received a commensurate benefit.
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