The Emerging Markets Investors Alliance in the Spotlight



| About

The Emerging Markets Investors Alliance (“The Alliance”) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that enables institutional emerging market investors to support good governance, promote sustainable development, and improve investment performance in the governments and companies in which they invest. The Alliance seeks to raise awareness and advocate for these issues through collaboration among investors, companies or governments, and public policy experts.


| Our primary activities are:

 educating investors about ESG issues and

 advocating for best practice. We do this by having monthly working group calls, ad-hoc events, issue-specific roundtables and semi-annual conferences as well as publish research.


| The Alliance’s History

 Started in 2010 by EM investment professionals, incorporated in 2015, and with full-time staff since 2017

 Grown from a one-person, volunteer-run non-profit to a roughly fifteen-person team including full-time and part-time staff, consultants, and volunteers

〉 Funded by two of the largest US foundations: the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Open Society Foundations


| Target Audience

 Have engaged with 1000+ emerging markets financial professionals in major financial centers as well as a range of emerging markets countries

 Asset Owners invested in Emerging Markets asset classes

 Buy-side, sell-side, rating agencies, bankers, and third party research providers

 EM debt and EM equity

 Extensive network of relationships in the NGO and academic community


| learn more at Emerging Markets Investors Alliance and get in touch at or directly with Claire Meier Underhill at