UK manager granted CSSF approval for Ireland-domiciled fund

London-based investment firm Emso Asset Management has received green light from Luxembourg financial regulator CSSF, for the registration of the Emso Emerging Markets Absolute Return Debt Fund at the end of May 2017.  

International Investment‘s sister publication InvestmentEurope revealed earlier today that the strategy, a sub-fund of the firm’s Dublin-domiciled Emso Clover Plc, will co-managed by John Hynes and Emso’s founder and chief investment officer Mark Franklin.

CSSF’s approval will enable Emso Asset Management to distribute the fund, that targets institutional investors, in Luxembourg.

The fund seeks to generate capital growth and achieve absolute return with low volatility through long and short exposure to emerging markets fixed income securities.

The Luxembourg-domiciled fund seeks to generate capital growth and achieve absolute return with low volatility through long and short exposure to emerging markets securities.

The investment process aims to consider the political, legal, technical, and economic risk factors of each investment opportunity, the company said.

Emso Asset Management was established in 2000 and has confirmed that has also offices in New York.

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