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The FSA Spy market buzz – 1 November 2019
BNY’s opportunities; Amundi shines; ASI has a long memory; Genetic algorithms; Letter soup; A new Chinese champion; Mobius on Trump; advertising and much more.
Mobius: US-China trade conflict to get ‘nasty’
Eternal EM optimist Mark Mobius sees a worsening of the US-China trade war in the short-term and downward pressure on the RMB.
Mark Mobius, ESG activist
In his new fund, Mark Mobius plans to use his considerable clout to work directly with companies in emerging markets on improving their governance practices.
Mobius poaches from Franklin Templeton for new firm
Emerging markets guru Mark Mobius has nabbed former Franklin Templeton colleagues Carlos Hardenberg, who recently exited as lead portfolio manager on the Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust, and Greg Konieczny, to help launch his asset management boutique.
The FSA Spy market buzz – 27 April 2018
JB Hires and so does Capital Group, Mobius snags some old colleagues, Lombard Odier cracks Thailand, Pimco Income, DBS Savings, OCBC fish, Gold and much more…
Report: Mark Mobius to launch his own EM fund
The emerging markets optimist is reportedly starting his own fund management firm and has also joined the investment committee of Mumbai-based venture capital firm Equanimity Investments, according to local media reports in India.
Mark Mobius retires from Franklin Templeton
After 30 years with the firm, Mark Mobius, chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, has announced his plans to retire from the firm on 31 January.
It’s not always upbeat in EMs, says Mark Mobius
Known as an eternal emerging markets optimist, Mark Mobius, chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, nonetheless told FSA about times when he is wary, and recalled an investment mistake.
Morningstar: No rating changes after Templeton move
The ratings agency explains why the exit of Mark Mobius from several Asia- and emerging markets-focused funds does not warrant a downgrade.