Emerging market capital flows the role of fund manager portfolio allocation
Cañón Salazar Carlos Iván and
No 2021-13, Working Papers from Banco de México
We exploit individual security holdings data for global mutual funds to distinguish between two reasons why a fund's holdings of emerging market economy (EME) bonds might change: (i) the amount invested in the fund changes and (ii) the fund manager changes portfolio allocations. We find that funds' responsiveness to global macroeconomic conditions, ''push factors'', is explained by investor flow decisions. Conversely, funds' responsiveness to local macroeconomic conditions, ''pull factors'', is explained by manager reallocation decisions. We also identify other institutional factors which impact reallocation decisions: their leverage, their benchmark, and risk appetite (funds reallocate towards safer EMEs when global risk increases).
Keywords: mutual funds; capital flows; emerging markets; portfolio allocation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F32 G11 G15 G23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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