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December 2012

Fitting ETOP Into an Asset Allocation Plan

Portfolio manager Luis Freitas de Oliveira explains how ETOP offers exposure to the dynamism of emerging markets investments while seeking to limit volatility.

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Luis Freitas de Oliveira

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