Emerging markets represent well over half the world’s population, accounting for over half of global economic growth since the 2008 financial crisis. Given the volatility in this market, however, investors have been broadly skeptical of emerging markets and have tended to be more comfortable with larger, more well-known high-quality growth companies. This concentration on only a handful of companies has left a large part of the emerging market opportunity set untapped. Emerging markets are growing much faster than the developed world and have recently been shown to be resilient to macroeconomic risks. The reason for a quicker return to normality is strong economic fundamentals. Countries such as India, China, and many others are developing great companies and are promoting the growth of the emerging market consumer which is a force for years to come.