Asian investor tenders $150m GEM corporate bond mandate
IPE-QUEST – An undisclosed Asian institutional investor has tendered a $150m (€113m) global emerging market, investment-grade, corporate bond mandate using IPE-Quest.
According to search QN1329, asset managers will be prohibited from investing more than 10% in securities issued within a single country, or more than 5% of fund assets in any single issuer.
The fund in aggregate shall have a minimum credit rating of Ba1 as rated by Moody's, or BB+ as rated by S&P, according to the investor.
The mandate calls for the CEMBI Broad Diversified or CEMBI Diversified indices as benchmark, with tracking error ranging between 3% and 6%.
Asset managers should have at least $1bn in assets under management for the mandate and $5bn for the company itself.
They should also have a minimum track record of three years.
Interested parties should state performance, gross of fees, to the end of June.
The closing date for applications is 19 August.
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