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Eaton Vance Corp. (NYSE: EV) is a leading global asset manager whose history dates to 1924. With offices in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, Eaton Vance and its affiliates managed US $315.1 billion in assets as of 31 March 2016, offering individuals and institutions a broad array of investment strategies and wealth management solutions. The Company’s long record of providing exemplary service, timely innovation and attractive returns through a variety of market conditions has made Eaton Vance the investment manager of choice for many of today’s most discerning investors.

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  • Monthly Market Monitor - October 2019 download

    Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts. Providing timely information across a broad array of markets and investment topics, this guide serves as a helpful resource in providing connectivity between changing market events and implications for investor portfolios.

  • Avoiding correlation creep in emerging markets debt download

    The rise of emerging markets debt (EMD) into a mainstream asset class has, in our view, been broadly beneficial for investors. Not only does the asset class offer a unique source of income and exposure to some of the fastest-growing parts of the world, the addition of EMD to portfolios comprising developed-markets fixed income can offer useful diversification benefits.

  • Monthly Market Monitor - September 2019 download

    Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts. Providing timely information across a broad array of markets and investment topics, this guide serves as a helpful resource in providing connectivity between changing market events and implications for investor portfolios.

  • Avoiding “diversification decay” in emerging-markets debt download

    In the past decade, there has been a 350% increase in institutional holdings of emerging-markets (EM) debt, much of which has been invested in index-based strategies. 

  • Emerging market debt: Navigating the allocation dilemma download

    Emerging-market (EM) economies and their capital markets continue to have strategic significance for institutional investors.

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Head Office
125 Old Broad Street
London
EC2N 1AR
United Kingdom
Contact
David Morley Tel. + 44 20 3207 1978
Company website:
http://global.eatonvance.com/
Parent Company:
Eaton Vance Corp.
Year Founded:
1924
No. of investment offices worldwide:
5

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  • Monthly Market Monitor - October 2019

    Monthly Market Monitor - October 2019

    White papersFri, 18 Oct 2019

    Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts. Providing timely information across a broad array of markets and investment topics, this guide serves as a helpful resource in providing connectivity between changing market events and implications for investor portfolios.

  • Avoiding correlation creep in emerging markets debt

    Avoiding correlation creep in emerging markets debt

    White papersTue, 1 Oct 2019

    The rise of emerging markets debt (EMD) into a mainstream asset class has, in our view, been broadly beneficial for investors. Not only does the asset class offer a unique source of income and exposure to some of the fastest-growing parts of the world, the addition of EMD to portfolios comprising developed-markets fixed income can offer useful diversification benefits.

  • Monthly Market Monitor - September 2019

    Monthly Market Monitor - September 2019

    White papersTue, 24 Sep 2019

    Eaton Vance Monthly Market Monitor presents a concise review of economic and asset class data through clear and impactful charts. Providing timely information across a broad array of markets and investment topics, this guide serves as a helpful resource in providing connectivity between changing market events and implications for investor portfolios.

  • Avoiding “diversification decay” in emerging-markets debt

    Avoiding “diversification decay” in emerging-markets debt

    White papersTue, 24 Sep 2019

    In the past decade, there has been a 350% increase in institutional holdings of emerging-markets (EM) debt, much of which has been invested in index-based strategies. 

  • Emerging market debt: Navigating the allocation dilemma

    Emerging market debt: Navigating the allocation dilemma

    White papersTue, 24 Sep 2019

    Emerging-market (EM) economies and their capital markets continue to have strategic significance for institutional investors.

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