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Kevin T. Carter

Founder and CIO,

EMQQ Global

  • Founder & CIO of the Emerging Markets Internet & Ecommerce ETF
  • Chair of the EMQQ Index Committee
  • Founded Active Index Advisors and eInvesting

About Kevin T.

Kevin T. Carter is the founder & chief investment officer of EMQQ Global, including EMQQ, FMQQ, and INQQ. While he principally considers himself an active “value” investor, he has collaborated with Princeton economist and indexing legend Dr. Burton G. Malkiel for more than 20 years. Together, Dr. Malkiel and Mr. Carter founded eInvesting in 1999, a pioneer firm in fractional share brokerage acquired by ETRADE in 2000, and Active Index Advisors, a pioneer in “direct indexing” acquired by Natixis Asset Management in 2005. In 2006, their efforts turned to China and Emerging Markets, and they launched several China-focused ETFs on the NYSE with Guggenheim Partners.

Kevin T.'s Videos

As India powers its large-scale digital transformation, many parts of its economy will be affected. Thanks to technological advancements, shifting consumer behaviors, and a dynamic business landscape, we see India’s investment potential and believe 2024 will be a landmark year for its continued digitization. Join Kevin T. Carter, founder and CIO of EMQQ Global and the India Internet & Ecommerce Index (INQQ) as he discusses everything investors need to know about the India opportunity.

Hear from ETF industry leaders as they discuss the latest market outlook, with a review of what's driving the capital markets today. Listen in as Douglas Yones, head of exchange traded products at the New York Stock Exchange, interviews the panelists about what's driving market performance, how to invest during an inflationary environment, and what opportunities exist for investors seeking long-term returns.
Join Kevin Carter for an overview of why price and fundamentals have historically diverged in EM tech stocks, an exploration of the positive signals that indicate the long-awaited recovery is nigh, how to avoid the value trap with one unique emerging markets approach, why India is the next big internet growth story, and understanding the BABA delisting risk.

The digitization of the developing world has now reached an inflection point. The unique innovation born in Silicon Valley has spread, been adapted, and matured to a point where unicorns from all corners of the developing world are now going public. With billions of digital natives as a tailwind, these companies will be the drivers of transformation that lead their respective countries into the Digital Age. Kevin Carter will delve into these new names, the fundamental changes taking place in developing economies, preference for online shopping via the smartphone, and how Gen-Z will drive the next leg of this growing digital revolution spreading the globe.

What's covered:

  • How to capitalize on the next five billion connected consumers in the developing world.

  • Explain how McKinsey's "biggest growth opportunity in the history of capitalism" is now on discount.

  • The coming great leap forward for a rapidly digitizing India.

  • How traditional broad Emerging Market ETFs are fundamentally flawed.