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Win Thin Senior Vice President, Investor Services

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Win Thin is the Global Head of Emerging Markets Strategy and has over 25 years of investment experience.  He has a broad international background with a special interest in developing markets.  Prior to joining BBH in June 2007, he founded Mandalay Advisors, an independent research firm that provided sovereign emerging market analysis to institutional investors.  Prior to that, Win was a vice president and international economist, covering major emerging markets in Asia and Latin America for Alliance Capital Management. He worked closely with portfolio managers to develop investment strategies.   Before that, Win was a vice president and international economist covering emerging markets at HSBC.  Earlier in his career, Win worked at the U.S. Treasury and Columbia University.  Win received a Ph.D. in economics from Columbia University in 1995, specializing in International and Development Economics.  He received an MA from Georgetown University in 1985 and a BA from Brandeis University in 1983.  His current research projects focus on developing and refining portfolio allocation tools for institutional investors.

Market Commentary - 27 files

Emerging Markets Outlook Q1 2017 December 2016

After the sharp sell-off due to the Brexit vote in June, EM gained some significant traction in H2 2016. This traction was driven largely by the perceived improvement in the global liquidity backdrop. Such a benign outlook is no longer the case.

Emerging Markets Outlook October 2016

Emerging Markets have been buffeted by a variety of negative factors this year, but have remained resilient. The overriding factor is that the global liquidity backdrop remains supportive of “risk.” We expect this favorable outlook to continue ...

All Weighed Down Except for Won October 2016

Favorable South Korean fundamentals should support the won. S&P recently upgraded Korea one notch to AA with a stable outlook, citing its sound fiscal position and flexible fiscal and monetary policies.