Emerging Markets Fixed Income Fund
2020 – Portfolio manager, Su Fei Koo, and traders Jenny Ahn and Mike Schroeder awarded Asset Benchmark Research’s “The most Astute Investors in Asian G3 Bonds”
The Fund’s objective is to seek high total return from current income and capital appreciation.
The Emerging Markets investment philosophy at DoubleLine is anchored by four key principles: 1) Emerging Markets debt is a secular improving credit story; 2) selection across regions, countries, and sectors, as well as issuers is fundamental to credit risk management; 3) avoiding potential problem credits and minimizing credit losses are as critical as selecting stable or improving credits; and 4) total returns will be derived from current income and capital gains.
Retail and Institutional Class
No Load Mutual Fund
|Retail N-share||Inst. I-share|
|Min IRA Investment||$500||$5,000|
|Gross Expense Ratio||1.14%||0.89%|
|Benchmark||J.P. Morgan Emerging Markets Bond Index, Global Diversified|
|Fund Inception Date||4/6/2010|
The investment seeks high total return from current income and capital appreciation. The fund invests at least 80% of net assets in fixed income instruments. These “fixed Income instruments” include but are not limited to securities issued or guaranteed by companies (including foreign hybrid securities), financial institutions and government entities in Emerging Market Countries and other securities bearing fixed or variable interest rates of any maturity.
- https://www.theasset.com/awards/g3-2020-astute-investors; Methodology In 2020, about 850 top-rated individuals including analysts, economists and strategists, salespeople and traders were invited by the Asset Benchmark Research to nominate the most Astute investors, based on their knowledge of the credits and markets, trading skill and acumen in making investment decisions. As such the ranking also includes investors who are not included in absolute return or performance assessments. The nominations collected are subject to the rating of the individual casting the vote. The latter is determined according to the annual survey of investors.