MiB: Robert Koenigsberger, Gramercy Funds Administration


 

 

This week, we communicate with Robert Koenigsberger, the managing companion and chief funding officer of Gramercy Funds Management. A devoted rising markets funding supervisor, Gramercy Funds Administration — which Koenigsberger based in 1998 — now has greater than $5 billion {dollars} in belongings beneath administration.

We talk about how he first discovered his method into Rising Markets Debt again within the Eighties, working in a small EM boutique. Koenigsberger says “I’ve been doing Rising markets since earlier than it emerged.”

Koenigsberger discusses why EM Debt typically has a low correlation to fairness markets: By utilizing historic measures of drawdowns and valuations, the agency can personal an assortment of debt at costs which are non-correlated to shares.

He tells how former PIMCO CEO Mohamed A. El-Erian turned the agency’s chairman. Initially an investor in Gramercy’s funds, he subsequent turned an advisor to the agency earlier than turning into its Chairman.

A listing of his favourite books is here; A transcript of our dialog is available here subsequent week.

You possibly can stream and obtain our full dialog, together with any podcast extras, on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google, YouTube, and Bloomberg. All of our earlier podcasts in your favourite pod hosts will be found here.

Make sure you try our Masters in Business subsequent week with Charley Ellis, he spent over a decade at Vanguard serving as a technique marketing consultant and member of the Board of Administrators. Beforehand, he based Greenwich Associates, was chair of Yale College’s Endowment funding committee, was Chair of the CFA Institute. He’s the writer of 19 books on enterprise and investments, together with the traditional “Winning the Loser’s Game” (now in its eighth version) His newest e-book is “Inside Vanguard: Leadership Secrets From the Company That Continues to Rewrite the Rules of the Investing Business.”

 

 

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