Aberdeen New Dawn
|AS SICAV I Indian Equity A Acc GBP||11.68 %|
|AS SICAV I China A Share Eq Z Acc USD||7.65 %|
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||6.85 %|
|Samsung Electronics Co Ltd Participating Preferred||6.58 %|
|Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd||6.18 %|
|Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. of China Ltd Class H||3.27 %|
|AIA Group Ltd||3.24 %|
|PT Bank Central Asia Tbk||3.09 %|
|Ayala Land Inc||2.65 %|
|CSL Ltd||2.52 %|
|Asia - Emerging||52.66 %|
|Asia - Developed||36.11 %|
|United Kingdom||5.60 %|
|Financial Services||22.91 %|
|Communication Services||11.21 %|
|Basic materials||9.23 %|
|Real Estate||8.64 %|
|Consumer Defensive||7.27 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||5.02 %|
James Thom is an Investment Director on the Asian Equities Team at Aberdeen Standard Investments. James joined Aberdeen Asset Management in 2010 from Actis, an Emerging Markets Private Equity firm, based in Singapore and covering Southeast Asia. James graduated with an MBA from INSEAD, an MA from Johns Hopkins University and a BSc from University College London.
Christopher Wong is a Senior Investment Manager on the Asian Equities Team. Chris joined Aberdeen in 2001 in the Private Equity Team and transferred to the Asian Equities Team in 2002. Previously, Chris worked for Andersen Corporate Finance as an Associate Director advising clients on mergers and acquisitions in South East Asia. Chris holds a BA in Accounting and Finance from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. Chris is a Fellow of the Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA) and is a CFA® charterholder.
Adrian Lim is a Senior Investment Manager on the Asian Equities Team. Adrian originally joined Aberdeen in 2001 as a Manager on the Private Equity Team, on the acquisition of Murray Johnstone, but transferred to his current post soon afterwards. Previously, Adrian worked for Arthur Andersen LLP as an Associate Director advising clients on mergers & acquisitions in the region. Adrian holds a BAcc from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and is a CFA® charterholder. CFA® and Chartered Financial Analyst® are registered trademarks owned by CFA Institute.
Flavia Cheong, CFA, is the Head of Asia Pacific Equities on the Asian Equities Team of Aberdeen Standard investments, where, as well as sharing responsibility for company research, she oversees regional portfolio construction. Before joining Legacy Aberdeen in 1996, she was an economist with the Investment Company of the People’s Republic of China, and earlier with the Development Bank of Singapore. Flavia graduated with a BA in Economics and an MA (Hons) in Economics from the University of Auckland. She is a CFA charterholder.
Hugh Young is Managing Director − Asia for Aberdeen Standard Investments. He was formerly a board director and head of Investment for Legacy Aberdeen (before its merger with Standard Life plc). Mr. Young joined Legacy Aberdeen in 1985 to manage Asian equities form its London office, having started his investment career in 1980. He founded Singapore-based Aberdeen asset Management Asia Limited in 1992. Mr. Young is a director of a number of Legacy Aberdeen subsidiary companies and of investment trusts and funds managed by Aberdeen Standard Investments. Mr. Young graduated with a BA (Hons) in Politics from Exeter University.
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