Join us on Tuesday, May 24th for a panel discussion
"Investing in Developing Markets"
Please click below to register by 5 PM ET on Monday, May 23rd
Most emerging market (EM) economies struggled in 2021, and now the Russian invasion of Ukraine and inflation risks dominate the outlook as these countries continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite these challenges, EM economies may be poised for growth in 2022, particularly those at earlier stages of reopening, as developed markets withdraw monetary and fiscal stimulus. As always, country selection remains important as economic and political risks vary across the EM spectrum, while the impact of higher commodity prices on countries around the world has been uneven. Overall, the question remains whether market volatility will persist given the increased geopolitical uncertainty, weaker global growth, and earnings risks stemming from higher inflation and tighter monetary policy.
To help us understand what this means for investors, we are fortunate to have a distinguished panel of seasoned industry experts to walk us through the EM outlook for 2022 and beyond. Jean van de Walle is CIO of Sycamore Capital, a family office which manages emerging markets and global allocation strategies. Matthew Nigrelli works in USAID’s Private Sector Engagement Hub as an investment officer, also serving as the Agency's industry liaison for Private Equity and Venture Capital and as the senior activity manager for the INVEST mechanism. Prasad Subramanian is Senior Vice President at Kotak International, a division of Kotak Mahindra Bank Limited.
Join us on Tuesday May 24th as our panel of investment experts share their insights on investing in EM markets and discuss where they see opportunities for growth.
Please note that the Chatham House Rule applies – neither the comments of the speaker nor those of other participants are for attribution.
Please register by 5:00 PM ET on Monday, May 23, 2022 below.
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Conference call details will be provided prior to the call on Tuesday, May 24, 2022