BMO Pacific Equity Fund 2 Acc
|HDFC Bank Ltd||6.27 %|
|Sands China Ltd||5.39 %|
|ICICI Bank Ltd||5.38 %|
|ANTA Sports Products Ltd||4.70 %|
|Yum China Holdings Inc||4.40 %|
|Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp||4.36 %|
|British American Tobacco Malaysia Bhd||4.10 %|
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||4.08 %|
|Colgate-Palmolive (India) Ltd||3.96 %|
|Universal Robina Corporation||3.95 %|
|Asia - Emerging||76.19 %|
|Asia - Developed||11.80 %|
|Consumer Defensive||37.93 %|
|Financial Services||24.04 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||23.00 %|
Christopher Darling graduated from University College London and then took an MSc in economic history from the London School of Economics. He worked as a member of the Asian equities team at Capel Cure Myers in London, before joining Guardian Royal Exchange in 1991. At GRE, he launched and managed the GRE Japan Trust and was head of Asia Pacific equities. He spent eight years at Lombard Odier from 1995, where he managed Japanese portfolios for institutional clients, as well as the Asia Pacific component of EAFE funds. Immediately prior to joining LGM in Hong Kong in 2006, he worked in Hong K
Damian joined LGM in 2015 as an Asian equity Portfolio Manager and became Co-Portfolio Manager for our Global Emerging Markets mandates in July 2016. Damian spent more than five years at Arisaig Partners, including two years in Singapore where he focused on Asian and Eastern European consumer equities. In January 2011 he relocated to Cape Town where he spent three and a half years as a key decision maker in the asset allocation process for the US$1 billion Arisaig Africa Consumer Fund. Prior to LGM, Damian was a Portfolio Manager at Infusive Asset Management, where he launched and managed the Infusive Consumer Alpha Global Leaders Fund, a long-only equity fund that invests globally in the consumer sector. Damian holds a BA Honours in Economics and History from Oxford University and is a CFA Charterholder.
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