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Paulo Salazar

Head of Emerging Markets Equity

Head of Emerging Markets Equities since 2022 and Co-Head since 2021, Paulo Salazar has been with Candriam's EM Equities Team since 2015, as both a Portfolio Manager and a Senior Equity Research Analyst.

Prior to joining Candriam, Paulo worked as a private equity associate at The Riverside Company and as an equity research analyst at firms including Equitas and Banco Itaú.

He has been involved in the financial markets since 2006, covering several industries in Latin America, the US, and elsewhere. Paulo earned his BBA in Corporate Finance and Financial Markets from FGV-EAESP in Sao Paulo and holds an International Diploma in Finance from University of California, Berkeley Extension. Brazilian by birth, he is a Portuguese citizen, and a resident of Belgium.

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Climate Action, Renta variable, ESG, ISR, Paulo Salazar, Galina Besedina, David Czupryna, Emerging Markets

ESG en la renta variable de países emergentes: la unión de todas las piezas

25 años de experiencia en ESG, 25 años de experiencia en renta variable de mercados emergentes, más de 15 años de unión de ambos aspectos. Duplicar los catalizadores de la rentabilidad: Históricamente, los mercados emergentes han sido los catalizadores del crecimiento mundial. Los tiempos están cambiando —la desglobalización es la nueva tendencia—, pero los mercados emergentes siguen representando más de la mitad del crecimiento económico mundial.
Climate Action, Highlighted, Galina Besedina, Outlook 2022, Paulo Salazar, Emerging Markets

Emerging Markets: climate opportunities?

Emerging nations face a dilemma. On the one hand, they have a strong understanding of the need to protect the climate for future generations. Yet the imperatives of today are to improve their societies and living standards, which requires increased energy and electricity at affordable cost.
Renta variable, Highlighted, Jan Boudewijns, Outlook 2022, Paulo Salazar, Emerging Markets

New China is here. Truth or a joke?

JPMorgan’s CEO, Jamie Dimon, had to issue a long public apology for his "joke" during a recent trip to Hong Kong.

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