Listed MNC Subsidiaries a Good Way to Invest in Emerging Markets / Frontier Markets (FP)
There is a short article in the Financial Post where Thomas Vester, the chief investment officer and senior portfolio manager at Lloyd George Management, a boutique division of BMO Global Asset Management, noted that several global giants such as British American Tobacco PLC (NYSEMKT: BTI), Nestlé SA (OTCMKTS: NSRGY) and Mondelez International Inc (NASDAQ: MDLZ) have publicly-traded subsidiaries in places like Africa (I would also add that Unilever, among other important MNCs, have listed subsidiaries in Indonesia).
Read the whole article, Multinational subsidiaries a good play on frontier markets, in the Financial Post.
- China’s Investment Managers Abandon the Retail Market to Focus on Wealth Management Market (FT)
- How ETFs Amplify the Global Financial Cycle in Emerging Markets (Federal Reserve)
- Coronation Africa Frontiers Fund Manager: Stick With MNC Subsidiaries (Citywire)
- Unilever: Domestic Emerging Markets Companies Now Our stiffest Competition (FT)
- UBS’s Raphael: A Hard Time For Emerging Markets Investing (Bloomberg)
- Investing in Indonesia ADRs / Indonesian Stocks List
- South Africa’s Economic and Potential Downgrade Woes (Bloomberg)
- Investing in Macau ADRs / Macau Stocks List
- Sovereign Wealth Funds Increase Investments in Emerging Markets (SCMP)
- Emerging Market Weakness Hits Unilever’s Home & Personal Businesses the Most (Trefis)