Chris Chan, portfolio manager at EFG AM’s New Capital, focuses on investing in innovative Asian companies with visionary leadership.
The active share advantage
Active share investing is well-suited to the Swiss equity market, which is driven by the movement of four mega-cap stocks, according to EFG Asset Management.
EFGAM lays out China risks
A stronger US dollar remains the biggest risk, said Mansfield Mok, senior fund manager of New Capital China Equity Fund.
EFGAM: A volatile 2016 is not as bad as it seems
Investors will have to be much more nimble with decisions due to political risks ahead, but Brexit hasn’t clouded the outlook, said Daniel Murray, chief economist and head of research of EFGAM’s wealth management business.
The FSA Spy market buzz – 22 July 2016
Aviva Investors changing guard; CTBC Private Bank hires; Brexit vs emerging markets; Spy at odds with Franklin Templeton; UOB states the obvious and much more.
HEAD-TO-HEAD: New Capital Vs Pimco
Fund Selector Asia compares the New Capital Wealthy Nations Bond Fund with the Pimco Global Bond Fund.
New Capital brings four funds to Hong Kong
New Capital, a brand of EFG Asset Management, has launched four Irish-domiciled UCITS funds in Hong Kong.
China’s great re-rating
Reforms in China will deepen in 2015, spurring a re-rating of the market and creating prime opportunities to invest in emerging industry leaders, said Mansfield Mok, senior fund manager, China equity, at EFG Asset Management.