With investors pouring money into emerging markets many are forgetting that along with potentially stellar returns are enormous risks that can slam investors’ wallets.

But Huntington Funds has a different philosophy.  The firm, a unit of Huntington Bancshares, announced Tuesday it launched a fund that invests in emerging countries that are fiscally responsible, have strong monetary policies, and an array of profitable natural resources. The fund is in addition to the Huntington Funds family of mutual funds and money market offerings. Both institutional shares and A-shares of the Huntington Global Select Markets Fund are available and the fund is managed by veteran portfolio manager Paul Attwood, a vice president at Huntington Asset Advisors. The fund focuses on the best markets across the globe, but it also has the flexibility to invest in opportunities both at home and abroad, as well as in bonds and exchange-traded funds.

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