In this #FundManagerChat podcast, Aziz Unan, founder of Mori Capital and manager of the Mori Ottoman Fund and the Mori Eastern European Fund outlines the case for Emerging European equities.
Aziz outlines the unique opportunities of his investment universe and discusses some of the risks inherent in Emerging Europe equities. He provides an outline of how his portfolio is currently positioned, why he is overweight Turkey and why he is currently holding a significant amount of cash in this portfolio.
He also outlines the possible implications to his portfolio due to U.S. interest rate policy and outlines how this portfolio could perform in different macroeconomic environments.
Aziz is chatting with Jake Moeller, Head of Lipper UK and Ireland Research at Refinitiv, via telephone on June 19, 2019.
With more than 22 years of investment experience, Aziz has been managing Mori Ottoman Fund (formerly known as Griffin Ottoman Fund) since its inception in January 2006 and Mori Eastern European Fund (formerly known as Griffin Eastern European Fund) since 2015.
Aziz started his finance career as an equity analyst at Erste Bank in 1996. He was the Head of Research at Wood & Company between 2002 and 2004 covering Emerging European equities.
Aziz joined Griffin Capital Management in 2005 as a portfolio manager. He founded his own boutique Mori Capital Management in 2015 and continues to manage the Eastern European and Ottoman Funds under Mori since then.
Aziz holds a BA in Business Administration from the Anglo-American University.
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