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Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust (TEMIT)

Why Invest in Emerging Markets?

Investors looking for the potential to inject some vigorous growth in their investments are often drawn to emerging markets. Emerging markets are countries that are still developing their economies and include world powers such as China and Russia and as well as smaller nations such as Cambodia and Kenya. They are often characterised by fast economic growth, low debt, large consumer bases and vast resources.

Why Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust?

Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust invests in emerging markets companies or companies that derive a significant amount of their earnings from emerging markets.

It offers investors:

  • A simple way to invest in some of the world’s fastest growing emerging markets
  • Investment in a broad mix of companies that our on-the-ground research indicates offer strong future growth potential
  • One of the largest and most experienced dedicated emerging markets equity teams
  • An established investment process focusing on risk and return potential

Watch the latest investment update from the manager, Carlos Hardenberg, to find out more…

Find Out More About TEMIT



Latest Insights

Art, Entertainment and Leisure in Asia

The growth of the middle class and rising incomes are feeding demand for leisure pursuits in emerging Asia. From cinema to theme parks, new food choices to artwork, emerging markets' investment opportunities are expanding …




Download the latest TEMIT documents for more information.


How to Invest

You can invest in TEMIT directly via the stock market, through a variety of investment wrappers (including ISA or SIPP), or through a Junior ISA.

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A Word About Investment Risk

Past performance is not a guide to future performance.

The value of shares in the Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust, and any income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount you invested.

In emerging markets, the risks can be greater than in developed markets. Emerging Markets can sometimes experience periods of political, economic and currency instability, as well as changing investor sentiment that cause investments to fall in value, sometimes sharply.
For full details of all of the risks involved in investing in the Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust please read the Annual Report (click here).