February 22, 2018
Brandes Investment Partners |
February 20, 2018
Global Finance |
December 11, 2017
Emerging markets investors, including Brandes’ Louis Lau, CFA, Director of Investments, discuss which countries have the potential to be market leaders worthy of a new acronym similar to BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) or MINT (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Turkey).
August 14, 2017
“We look forward to including NextShares in our product line as we strive to bring innovative and efficient product solutions to our clients,” said Oliver Murray, Managing Director of Portfolio Management and Client Services at Brandes.
April 27, 2017
Brandes’ Christopher Garrett believes emerging markets remain an ideal breeding ground for mispricing, presenting opportunities for value investors.
March 20, 2017
While many Latin American markets enjoyed solid gains in the last several months, the region remains very attractive, says Brandes’ Gerardo Zamorano.
October 08, 2016
The year's best-performing emerging market mutual funds share at least one trait: betting on Brazil.
September 27, 2016
Gerardo Zamorano, Director of Investments at Brandes, believes the value style is effective in emerging markets over the long term.
US News |
July 27, 2016
Ben Graham’s book “The Intelligent Investor,” first published in 1949, continues to inspire many to adopt a value investment philosophy. Managing Director of Investments Ken Little, CFA, joins other investment professionals to discuss the merits of this time-tested investing approach.
February 11, 2016
Investors with the discipline and willingness to conduct diligent research can find attractive opportunities at the company level in Brazil...
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