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Pramol Dhawan

Portfolio Manager
Mr. Dhawan is a managing director and portfolio manager in the New York office. He leads the emerging markets portfolio management team globally, and also oversees the New York office’s portfolio management team. He is also a member of the firm's Investment Committee, a co-chair of the emerging markets portfolio committee, and a member of the portfolio implementation committee. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2013, he was a managing director and head of emerging markets trading at Société Générale in New York. He was previously based in London, where he headed the Central and Eastern Europe emerging markets team for the firm. Additionally, he was a management consultant at Accenture. Mr. Dhawan represents PIMCO on the Emerging Markets Trade Association (EMTA) as a member of the board of directors. He has 21 years of investment experience and holds an MBA with a specialization in finance from the Anderson School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles. He received an undergraduate degree from the University of Nottingham, England.
Economic and Market Commentary

In this PIMCO Perspectives, we examine how the return of elevated bond yields comes at an opportune time to consider shifting out of cash.

Economic and Market Commentary

This PIMCO Perspectives assesses how the term premium’s 40-year downturn could start to reverse.


Pramol Dhawan, PIMCO’s Head of Emerging Markets, explores the evolving dynamics of emerging markets and how the firm’s unique strategies, global reach and robust relationships help clients navigate the asset class.


EM as a whole stands to potentially benefit from China’s post-pandemic economic reopening, with differentiation among individual countries as global trade allegiances shift.


After withstanding a multitude of global challenges last year, emerging markets look poised for improvement as inflation recedes and the path of monetary policy comes into view.


Inflation is receding and real interest rates are climbing in EM after a year of tightening monetary policy.


The growing market for ESG-labelled bonds in EM local currencies may offer a way to access EM local’s attractive yield potential within a sustainability-conscious framework.

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