Emerging Market Corporate Bonds Our Solutions and Capabilities
At Credit Suisse Asset Management, we can offer clients a broad exposure to different emerging market corporate bond strategies, with a focus on hard currencies. Focusing on global emerging markets, Asia and China, the strategies have strong track records against both the benchmark and peer group. Our 14–strong, highly experienced investment management team, based in Zurich, Singapore and Hong Kong, follows a disciplined investment process that combines top-down and bottom-up analysis to deliver portfolios that are well diversified across regions, countries and sectors.
Credit Suisse (Lux) Emerging Market Corporate Bond Fund
The fund offers investors an attractive yield pickup compared to its developed market peers, by investing in a well-diversified global portfolio of USD-denominated investment grade and high yield emerging market corporate bonds.
Credit Suisse (Lux) Emerging Market Corporate Investment Grade Bond Fund
The fund offers investors an above-average return through a well-diversified portfolio of USD-denominated investment grade corporate bonds from emerging market countries. It can also invest in developed market investment grade rated sovereign bonds and split-rated emerging market corporate bonds to increase diversification and capture interesting opportunities.
Credit Suisse (Lux) Asia Corporate Bond Fund
The fund offers investors a well-diversified portfolio of USD denominated Asian debt instruments, bonds, notes, and similar fixed interest or floating rate securities of issuers domiciled in Asia or conducting their main business activities in Asia.
Credit Suisse (Lux) Asia Local Currency Bond Fund
The fund offers investors a well-diversified portfolio of fixed and floating rate debt securities and debt obligations of government, government-related issues and/or corporate entities located throughout Asia in local currencies.
Credit Suisse (Lux) China RMB Credit Bond Fund
The fund offers investors access to the fast-growing Chinese bond market, the third-largest in the world. It invests mainly in onshore RMB-denominated corporate and financial bonds on the interbank bond market.