The firm is primarily looking to distribute through private banks, but also through discretionary fund managers and family offices.
Jupiter Asset Management is engaging private banks for the distribution of its two emerging markets (EM) debt strategies to HNWIs in Asia, a report in Citywire Asia said.
According to the report, the firm is primarily looking to distribute through private banks, but also through discretionary fund managers and family offices.
The two, Jupiter Global EM Corporate Bond strategy and the Jupiter Global EM Short Duration Bond strategy, had about USD106.4 million and USD26.1 million in seed money as of the beginning of 2018.
Both invest primarily in EM fixed income, with US dollars as their base currency.
Jupiter Global EM Corporate Bond strategy is focused on corporates, while Jupiter Global EM Short Duration Bond strategy has the flexibility to invest in a wider range, including hard-currency corporates, sovereigns, quasi-sovereign, and local currency.
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