Institutional portfolio manager, Templeton Emerging Markets Group
Nicole Vettise is a senior vice-president and institutional portfolio manager for the Templeton Emerging Markets Group, based in the London office. As an integrated member of the emerging markets equity team, Mrs. Vettise is the principal conduit to provide perspective and understanding regarding the team’s investment strategies to a broad range of clients globally. Prior to joining Templeton in 2019, Mrs. Vettise was the head of thematic and sector product strategy at BlackRock.
Andrew Ness is co-manager of Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust. Prior to joining Franklin Templeton in September 2018, Andrew was as a portfolio manager at Martin Currie, an Edinburgh based asset manager. He began his career at Murray Johnstone in 1994 and also worked with Deutsche Asset Management in both London and New York before joining Scottish Widows Investment Partnership in 2007.
The new realities of emerging markets
The Emerging Market asset class has changed significantly over the last 30 years with implications for both investors and asset owners. Our presentation focused on this changing environment and why we believe the asset class today is of higher quality than any time in history.
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