主要透過投資於新興市場當地貨幣固定及浮動利率債券，以期取得較新興國家債券市場更高的收益。 子基金之總資產（ 不包括現金及與現金相當之財產）至少67%將投資於由新興市場政府或其機構及根據新興市場國家法律註冊成立及於新興市場國家設有辦事處、或即使於其他地區上市，仍於新興市場國家從事其大部分經濟活動之公司發行或擔保之固定及浮動利率債券.
Ms. Amoa is responsible for emerging markets debt investments. A portfolio manager of the Fund since July 2020 and an employee of JPMIM since 2015, Ms. Amoa is a senior portfolio manager responsible for overall rates and FX strategies in the GFICC Emerging Markets Debt Team
Didier Lambert, managing director, is a member of the Global Fixed Income, Currency & Commodities (GFICC) group. He is the lead portfolio manager for local market investments (rates and foreign exchange) within the Emerging Markets Debt team. Prior to joining the firm in 2009, Didier was at Fortis Investments for ten years, initially serving as a fixed income analyst contributing to security selection and later as a senior portfolio manager and deputy chief investment officer within Emerging Markets Fixed Income. During his time at Fortis, Didier specialized in local market investments, overseeing portfolio exposures and monitoring risk across the funds. Previously, Didier held quantitative roles at Overlay Asset Management (France) and ABF Capital Management (France). Didier holds a master's degree in econometrics from the University of Paris I, Pantheon Sorbonne for which he spent a year at the University of Warwick; a postgraduate degree in finance from the University of Paris I, Pantheon Sorbonne; and a postmaster degree in statistics and financial modeling from the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Activite Economique (ENSAE). He is also a CFA charterholder.
Pierre-Yves Bareau, Managing Director, a member of JPMIM’s Global Fixed Income, Currency & Commodities group (GFICC), Mr. Bareau supervises the portfolio management team and shares responsibility for the duration, yield curve, and sector allocation strategies for the Fund. Before joining JPMIM in October 2009, Mr. Bareau was the Chief Investment Officer for Fortis Investments for emerging markets debt for more than 10 years.