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Wim Vandenhoeck

Portfolio Manager

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  • B.A. from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • M.B.A. from Cornell University

Wim Vandenhoeck is a portfolio manager on the Global Debt Team and is a co-portfolio manager of the Emerging Markets Local Bond and International Bond strategies. Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Vandenhoeck was at APQ Partners based out of London, UK where he was a partner. Prior to that, he was an Asset Manager at GLG Partners LP in London, a partner at Six Seasons Global Asset Management in NY, NY and a partner at Aravali Partners, in New York City.

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  • B.A. from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • M.B.A. from Cornell University
  • 25 YRS

    Industry

  • 3 YRS

    Oppenheimer

Managed Funds
Fund Name Managed Since YTD as of
  • 5/21/18
  • A,B
1 Yr 3 Yr 5 Yr 10 Yr Life Expense Ratio (%)
 
Emerging Markets Local Debt Fund A - OEMAX (NAV)
9/28/2016 -4.28 11.66 6.85 0.42 3.03
6/30/10
1.45
 
Emerging Markets Local Debt Fund A - OEMAX (with Sales Charge)
9/28/2016 -4.28 6.36 5.14 -0.56 2.39
6/30/10
1.45
 
International Bond Fund A - OIBAX (NAV)
1/26/2018 -2.77 9.68 4.89 2.26 3.38 7.51
6/15/95
1.02
 
International Bond Fund A - OIBAX (with Sales Charge)
1/26/2018 -2.77 4.47 3.20 1.27 2.88 7.28
6/15/95
1.02
Average Annual Total Returns (%) as of 3/31/18
  • C

Insights

Global Debt

The Latest on Oppenheimer Emerging Markets Local Debt Fund

Co-Head of the Global Debt Team, Head of Multi-Sector Fixed Income

Portfolio Manager

Recent performance and portfolio positioning for Oppenheimer Emerging Markets Local Debt Fund.

Global Debt

South Africa: After Zuma, A Light at The End of The Tunnel

Director of Fixed Income Research

Portfolio Manager

We are more constructive on South Africa in the wake of its change in leadership.

Global Debt

Managing for Asymmetrical Risk in Emerging Market Local Debt

Portfolio Manager

Locally denominated debt in emerging markets calls for a different risk-management view.

Global Debt

Mexico: A Sombrero Bullish Outlook, and a Yield Curve View

Portfolio Manager

Director of Fixed Income Research

We're more bullish on its longer-term economy but less constructive on its yield curve.

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