In a new white paper, Mustafa Ulukan and Sergey Sobolev from GMO’s Emerging Country Debt Team examine the notable rise of State-owned Enterprises (SOEs) in international capital markets since the Global Financial Crisis.
Emerging countries have been in the midst of a crisis that is not of their own making. A great majority of these countries are navigating the crisis fairly well.
State-owned enterprises (SOEs) account for much of the emerging market corporate debt universe, and with fundamentals weak relative to history, there are concerns about the impact of rising rates on these corporations. In a new GMO Emerging Debt Insights, Mustafa Ulukan explores these concerns.