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Emerging Domestic Opportunities Strategy

  • Asset Class Equities


The GMO Emerging Domestic Opportunities Strategy's investment objective is total return.

The Emerging Markets Equity team invests in companies that we believe will benefit most from the rising demand for goods and services in emerging markets. The Strategy employs a fundamental investment approach that combines top-down country and sector allocation with bottom-up security selection. The process focuses on investing in higher quality companies at a reasonable price and places an emphasis on downside protection through multi-layered risk control and dynamic allocation.





Amit Bhartia

Head of Fundamental, Emerging Markets Equity

Mr. Bhartia is a portfolio manager for GMO’s Emerging Markets Equity team and oversees fundamental research. Additionally, he serves as CEO and an executive director of GMO Singapore Pte Ltd. Prior to joining GMO in 1995, he worked as an investment advisor in India. Mr. Bhartia earned a Bachelor of Engineering at the University of Bombay and an MBA at the Institute for Technology and Management in Bombay. He is a CFA charterholder.


Arjun Divecha

Head of Emerging Markets Equity

Mr. Divecha is the head of GMO’s Emerging Markets Equity team and a member of the GMO Board of Directors. Prior to joining GMO in 1993, he spent 12 years at BARRA directing software development, marketing, client service and emerging markets research and development. Mr. Divecha holds a Bachelor of Technology in Aeronautical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay and an M.B.A. in Finance from Cornell University.



Fact Sheet
Product Primer
GIPS Compliant Presentation
GIPS Composite Descriptions
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Portfolio Composition
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Commentary & Attribution

Commentary - Monthly
Commentary - Quarterly
Commentary - Annual
Annual Letter
Attribution - Monthly
Attribution - Quarterly
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Risks associated with an investment in the Strategy are Market Risk - Equities, Non-U.S. Investment Risk, Currency Risk, Management and Operational Risk, and Illiquidity Risk.

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