Senior Portfolio Manager Emerging Market Local Debt
Presentation: Emerging Market Local Debt: Growth delayed, but not denied
This year has seen a shift in central bank monetary policy actions in response to inflation pressures across the globe, namely the US Federal Reserve. The causal linkages between EM and DM were made bare in the market’s reaction to these monetary policy actions and contributed to an increase in volatility as markets adjusted to these shifts.
We believe solid global growth and benign financial conditions are supportive of emerging market local debt and we are focused on EM fundamentals and the divergence among its central banks. Capital appreciation and income generation opportunities in emerging markets continue to be compelling on an absolute and relative value basis in both interest rates and currencies.
Wim Vandenhoeck serves as a Senior Portfolio Manager on the Invesco Oppenheimer Emerging Markets Local Debt and International Bond strategies, principally conducting interest rate and foreign currency analysis in emerging markets. Mr. Vandenhoeck joined Invesco when the firm combined with OppenheimerFunds in 2019. Wim earned a BA degree from Katholiek Universiteit Leuven and an MBA from Cornell University.
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