First State Greater China Growth Fund Class B (Accumulation) GBP
|Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd||6.42 %|
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||5.54 %|
|CSPC Pharmaceutical Group Ltd||4.30 %|
|ENN Energy Holdings Ltd||3.89 %|
|China Merchants Bank Co Ltd Class H||3.50 %|
|AIA Group Ltd||3.28 %|
|Midea Group Co Ltd Class A||3.21 %|
|Sinbon Electronics Co Ltd||3.16 %|
|Towngas China Co Ltd||3.15 %|
|China Mengniu Dairy Co Ltd||2.88 %|
|Asia - Emerging||62.31 %|
|Asia - Developed||37.69 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||13.94 %|
|Financial Services||9.40 %|
|Consumer Defensive||7.62 %|
Martin Lau was appointed Director, Greater China Equities in October 2003 following the merger of the Edinburgh-based Asia Pacific team with the Hong Kong and Singapore Asian teams in September 2003. Martin joined First State Investments in April 2002 as Senior Portfolio Manager, responsible for the management of First State's Greater China and regional funds. In spring of 2007 he was appointed Co-Manager on two funds in the Asia Pacific region. Martin started his investment career in 1995 with BZW in London as part of their risk management team. He subsequently spent six years with Invesco as a fund manager responsible for the Greater China funds, Smaller Companies fund and regional portfolios. Martin graduated from Cambridge University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Masters degree in Engineering. He is also a CFA charterholder.
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