新興市場本地貨幣債券基金以盡量提高總回報為目標。基金 將不少於70%的總資產投資於新興市場的政府和機構或於當 地註冊或從事大部份經濟活動的公司所發行的定息可轉讓證 券，有關證券以當地貨幣計價。基金可投資於全線可供選擇的 證券，包括非投資級證券。貨幣風險將靈活管理。
Michal Wozniak, CFA, Director and Portfolio Manager in BlackRock’s Emerging Markets Debt Team since November 2013; Portfolio Manager for the Emerging Markets Debt Team at Lombard Odier Investment Managers from 2011 to 2013; Portfolio Manager for the Emerging Markets Debt Team at JPMorgan Asset Management from 2009 to 2011; Portfolio Manager for the Emerging Markets Debt Team at Fortis Investments from 2007 to 2009. From 2002 until 2007 he was working in Credit Suisse Asset Management in Warsaw, initially as a portfolio manager and later heading the fixed income team. Michal started his professional career in 2000 as an equity analyst in ABN AMRO Asset Management. Mr. Wozniak earned a Masters in Finance and Banking from the Warsaw School of Economics in 2001.
Sergio Trigo Paz, Managing Director, is Head of BlackRock's Emerging Markets Fixed Income. Prior to Joining BlackRock in 2012, he was CIO of Emerging Market Fixed Income at BNP Paribas Investment Partners. From 2004 to 2008, he managed a special situations and event driven EM hedge fund and was also responsible for total and absolute return EM strategies at Fortis Investments. In his early career from 1993 to 2004 he developed extensive experience in emerging markets debt as a proprietary and distressed trader and as a market maker. Sergio graduated with an MSc in Economics, an MSc in Finance and an MPhil in Management from Paris Sorbonne University in 1993.
Laurent Develay, Director, is a portfolio manager on the Emerging Markets Debt team within BlackRock's Portfolio Management Group. He has responsibility for managing emerging market currencies and local debt investments. Prior to joining BlackRock in June 2012, Mr. Develay was a portfolio manager in the Emerging Markets Debt team at Fischer Francis Trees & Watts (FFTW, a BNP Paribas Investment Partner) with an alpha focus on EM currencies and regional research coverage of Latin America. Prior to the merger between BNP Paribas and Fortis, Mr. Develay was head of the currency and commodity trading team at Fortis Investments for five years in Paris and London with a strong focus on emerging markets currencies. Previously, Mr. Develay served as a currency trader at AXA Investment Managers where he started his career in 1999. Mr. Develay earned Master in Finance in 1996 from the E.S.L.S.C.A. in Paris and a Certificate in Finance from UC Berkeley Extension in 1998.