JPMAM appoints third manager for Asian Investment Trust

Based in Hong Kong

Laura Dew
JPMAM has appointed a third manager on its Asian Investment trust

JPMAM has appointed a third manager on its Asian Investment trust

J.P.Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has appointed Robert Lloyd as portfolio manager on the JPMorgan Asian Investment Trust.

Working on the trust, he will join chief investment officer and head of emerging markets and Asia Pacific Richard Titherington and portfolio manager Ayaz Ebrahim.  Lloyd joined JPMAM in 2005 and is based in Hong Kong where he has worked since 2009, alongside Ebrahim.  The trust has returned 6.4% over one year to 31 July, according to FE, versus returns of 5.9% by the IT Asia Pacific- Ex Japan sector.  JPMAM's Forey: "The biggest company in any given industry will be a Chinese company" JPMAM said it was "testing times" for investors focused on Asia Pacific but it remained confide...

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