Martin Currie Asia Unconstrained plc
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||8.32 %|
|AIA Group Ltd||7.86 %|
|Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. of China Ltd Class H||5.86 %|
|HSBC Holdings PLC||5.32 %|
|Guangdong Investment Ltd||5.15 %|
|Infosys Ltd ADR||5.05 %|
|Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd||4.99 %|
|United Overseas Bank Ltd||4.70 %|
|Tata Consultancy Services Ltd||4.52 %|
|Woongjin Coway Co Ltd||4.22 %|
|Asia - Emerging||55.24 %|
|Asia - Developed||39.37 %|
|United Kingdom||5.38 %|
|Financial Services||32.68 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||7.34 %|
Damian joined Martin Currie's Asia investment team in 2013 and has 18 years of investment experience not only as an active equity investor but also with a background in private equity and investment banking.
Paul is the co-manager of our Asia portfolios, including the Martin Currie Asia Pacific and Asia Long-Term Unconstrained strategies. He joined Martin Currie in 2007, initially working with our Japan team before joining the Asia team in 2011. In 2012, Paul moved to Singapore as chief executive officer of our Asian subsidiary, Martin Currie Asia Pte. Ltd, where, in addition to his portfolio-management duties, he conducts local research for Asian markets.
Andrew joined Martin Currie in 2010 from Sofaer Capital, where he was a partner, and has built a strong record during his 23 years of managing Asia-Pacific equities. Before Sofaer Capital, Andrew specialised in Asian equities in earlier roles at Putnum Investments, Scottish Widows Investment Partnership and Kemper Investment Management.
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