"...emerging markets will grow faster than the
developed world for decades to come."

Gideon Rachman, The Financial Times

Exclusive Interview: Emerging Markets High Yield Becomes Increasingly Attractive

We sat down with Sergei Strigo, Head of Emerging Market Debt Management at Amundi to discuss why emerging market debt should not be overlooked.

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About Sergei Strigo

Sergei Strigo is a Portfolio Manager and Head of Emerging Market Debt and Currency at Amundi Asset Management. He has been there since April 2010. Mr. Strigo joined the firm in 2004 as a global fixed income Trader and was appointed Emerging Market Bond Portfolio Manager in January 2006. Previously, he served at Caboto Intesa BCI in London, where he was an emerging markets fixed income Trader for three years. Mr. Strigo’s career began in Canada in corporate finance and accounting.

About Rawn Lakhan

Rawn Lakhan is a managing partner of Alternative Asset Research Inc., the parent of emintelligence.com.

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