InvestTalk with Paul Trainor, Sid Perumbedu and Aikya Investment Management


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In this episode, Paul Trainor is joined by Ashish Swarup, Rahul Desai and Tom Allen (Portfolio Managers from Aikya Investment Management), as well as Sid Perumbedu (BT Investment Team). As inflation takes hold and central banks respond, we explore how the Emerging Markets asset class can add diversification to portfolio returns with EM specialists, Aikya. We also dig deeper into their risk management approach, some of the pitfalls EM investors may face, as well as views on important countries such as China.

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