Investing in emerging markets private equity: Capturing growth opportunities
Institutional appetite is growing for emerging market private equity investments as investors look to capitalise on the growing demands of a budding consumer class. The promise of strong returns driven by evolving healthcare, technology, transportation and other service requirements is attracting investors keen to diversify their portfolio and capture higher yields. As global economic uncertainty continues, how is emerging market private equity performing relative to more traditional investments? How can asset owners effectively access private equity investments in emerging economies and which sectors and regions are showing most growth potential? How should investors balance opportunity and risk in evaluating their emerging market private equity investments?
As part of a global series on generating stable investment returns, the Financial Times and Franklin Templeton Investments will co-host a roundtable of leading GCC investors to discuss and debate the outlook and appetite for emerging market private equity.