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September 18th 2014:Emerging market credit investment has taken a backseat to equities; but it should be riding in the front

Doing business in emerging markets? This week guest host, Nate Suppaiah, founder of the Emerging Market Investors Association, takes an in-depth look at the link EM credit and EM risk with Wilbur Matthews, CEO of Vaquero Global Investment. Matthews, who’s been cited as one of the “Most Astute US-based Investor(s)” in Asian credit markets is known for structuring innovative, first-of-their kind financings while generating consistently strong returns with below market volatility. They look at the intrinsic differences between emerging and developed market credit. Looking as cases in Mexico, Gre

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Wilbur Matthews

Wilbur Matthews is the CEO of Vaquero Global Investment. Prior to launching Vaquero, Mr. Matthews was a Portfolio Manager with AIG, where he built one of the largest EM credit efforts on Wall Street, generating consistently strong returns with below market volatility. With AIG, Mr. Matthews was able to structure numerous innovative, first-of-their kind financings and build a network of strong relationships. In 2006, The Asset ranked Mr. Matthews the #2 "Most Astute US-based Investor" in Asian credit markets. Prior to AIG, Mr. Matthews was part of Chase's Institutional Investor #1 ranked EM Research Team where he was Sr. Economist for several Latin countries and a utility player in support of
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Nate Suppaiah

Nate Suppaiah is the Director of EMIA (, the Emerging Market Investors’ Association as well as managing editor of Alternative Emerging Investor, He began his career as a wilderness paramedic. He turned to economics after covering China's acceptance into the WTO for The Economist (Beijing). In 2004 he joined Oppenheimer’s Chicago office as an associate broker, then returned to China as a management consultant for a German firm specializing in strategic entry analysis & due diligence. In 2007 he moved to Buenos Aires, launching CapRG. He has a degree in finance from Univ of Loyola(Chicago)& Masters fr
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