Damian Bird joined LGM in 2015 as an Asian equity Portfolio Manager and became Co-Portfolio Manager for the group's Global Emerging Markets mandates in July 2016. Damian spent more than five years at Arisaig Partners, including two years in Singapore where he focused on Asian and Eastern European consumer equities. In January 2011 he relocated to Cape Town where he spent three and a half years as a key decision maker in the asset allocation process for the US$1 billion Arisaig Africa Consumer Fund. Prior to LGM, Damian was a Portfolio Manager at Infusive Asset Management, where he launched and managed the Infusive Consumer Alpha Global Leaders Fund, a long-only equity fund that invests globally in the consumer sector. Damian holds a BA Honours in Economics and History from Oxford University and is a CFA Charterholder.
Irina Hunter is a portfolio manager at LGM Investments, a position she has held since 2007. She previously spent five years working for AGF Funds as an associate portfolio manager. Irina is co-manager of an emerging markets equities fund for LGM and adopts an active approach to investing, favouring high returning, sustainable business models which benefits from secular growth. She has studied in both England and Russia, and holds an MBA, as well as a bachelor's degree in Finance and Banking.
Rishikesh Patel holds a post-graduate degree in Finance and Management from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, and graduated in Commerce from Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics, Mumbai. Before joining LGM in 2006, he worked with ICICI Securities and General Electric. During Rishi's two years at ICICI Securities he was an analyst researching the IT, Real Estate and Cement sectors. Rishi was at General Electric for almost three years and worked across five GE businesses. Since joining LGM he has researched Indian stocks and advised on the company's Indian mandates. Rishikesh relocated to the London office in October 2014 and became Co-Portfolio Manager and then Lead Portfolio Manager for the Global Emerging Markets mandates in March and July 2016, respectively.
To provide a total return, before costs and tax, above the Funds benchmark of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index (Net Dividends Reinvested). It aims to grow clients capital by investing in cash-generating emerging market companies utilising an active, bottom-up, long-term and unconstrained style. The suggested minimum investment timeframe is 5 - 7 years. The Funds approach is active and primarily stock driven, with a focus on high quality companies with strong capital management. It seeks investment opportunities across the market cap spectrum.
Rank 622/656 Total Return
Rank 638/656 Standard Deviation
Rank 649/656 Max Drawdown
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|621||TCB Global Emerging Markets Equity Fund||USD||
|622||BMO LGM Global Emerging Markets||USD||
|623||Newton Emerging Income Inst W Acc||USD||
|624||F&C Emerging Markets 1 Acc||USD||
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|636||BMO Emerging Markets Series A||USD||
|637||Investor Akcji Rynkow Wschodzacych||USD||
|638||BMO LGM Global Emerging Markets||USD||
|639||IVY Global Invest Emerging Market Eq A USD||USD||
|640||F&C Global Emerging Markets A USD Inc||USD||
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Month by Month Performance
Returns Vs Risk
- New Zealand
- Launch date02/06/2015
- Share Class size01Mn
- Base currencyAUD
- Min. initial investment20,000
- Min. regular additional investment0
- Annual management0.90%
- Initial investment0