FMG (Malta) Ltd, the specialist in emerging markets investments, is the latest Maltese addition to EXANTE'S ever-growing ATP, with seven funds added to the leading Hedge Fund Marketplace.
Founded in 1989, FMG is one of the pioneer firms in the multi-manager fund arena, launching some of the world's first funds in Russia, india, China, the Middle East and Sub-Sahara Africa. FMG mixes long-only managers in Fund of Funds to achieve an attractive risk profile for long-term investors. FMG is independently owned, with more than 5,000 clients in Aisa, Europe and South America.
The following FMG funds have been listed on EXANTE's ATP and their units are available for trading:
The FMG (EU) Africa Fund is a multi-manager fund investing its assets across Africa with a focus on the Sub-Saharan region, an area that has the most potential for long-term groth.
The FMG (EU) China Fund aims to invest between 80-100% of its assets in mainland Chinese equities, which compires of A and B shares as listed on the Shanghai and Shenzhen Exchanges. This fund offers investors imple access to mainland Chinese equities, thus differentiating itself from other Chinese equity funds having only exposure to Hong Kong "H" share.
The FMG (EU) Combo Fund portolio allocation will typically consists of 50-60% exposure to Emerging Markets. The fund's Emerging Market Portfolio seeks long-term equity appreciation and geographic and industry diversification.
The FMG (EU) India Opportunity Fund aims to offer investors access to a stretegic selection of large cap Indian companies with roughly a quarter of the exposure, focusing on high-conviction and small-cap companies.
The FMG (EU) MENA Fund has exposure to about 15 MENA markets but with a focus on the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) markets. This is a trade bloc constituting the six Arab states of the Arabian Gulf, namely Saudi Aribia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman.
FMG (EU) Rising 3 Fund is the first country-specific Russia, India and China (RIC) fund launched prior to Goldman Sachs' BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) report. These RIC economies are forcested to grow between 5-9% per annum for the foreseeable, even in the midst of the current global financial crisis.
FMG (EU) Russia Fund offers investors access to the Russian markets using the multi-manager concept. By investing the a mix of long-only and hedge fund managers, the fund aims to fully pariticpate in Russia's growth whilst minimising the emerging market volatility.