Prior to this, she worked as director of business development at Peak Capital, where she was responsible for introducing investment strategies from specialist investment managers to institutions, private banks, insurers and financial advisers.
She has 15 years of experience in the Asian financial services industry.
Based in Hong Kong, she reports to James Campion, head of Asia business development.
“This hire reflects the strategic importance that Matthews Asia places on providing distinctive Asian equity and fixed income products as well as delivery of highquality service to our partners and investors across Asia. Being more proximate to our clients is an important part of our longterm initiative to grow the firm’s presence across the region.” Campion said.
As an independent, privately owned firm, Matthews is the largest dedicated Asiaonly investment specialist in the United States and manages assets worth US$23.8bn (£15bn, HK$184bn) as of August-end.
The investment manager offers seven Luxembourgdomiciled Ucits funds for Asian investors namely; Matthews Asia Dividend Fund, Matthews China Dividend Fund, Matthews Pacific Tiger Fund, Matthews China Fund, Matthews India Fund, Matthews China Small Companies Fund and Matthews Asia Small Companies Fund.