Departed Matthews Asia in August
Deputy portfolio managers also leaving
Commodities products flood top ten
Improving opportunities for women in the industry
Joins from Nikko Asset Management
China capable of 'mitigating impacts of broader dispute'
Investment Conundrums: Horrocks on Matthews Asia 'picking up good companies on the cheap' amid trade war
Making the most of geopolitical tensions
US 30-year Treasury plunges to record low
Partner Insight: Small caps in Asia have often been deemed as being under-researched and illiquid in nature, yet the opportunities this sector brings about in terms of dividends is one that should not be ignored, according to Matthews Asia's Yu Zhang....
Partner Insight: Matthews Asia's Yu Zhang explains how he identifies companies with a strong business model and 'tilts' his portfolio in order to overcome negative macro headwinds
Partner Insight: Dividend growth stocks and high yielding companies in Asia can deliver attractive total returns for investors, but Matthews Asia Portfolio Manager Yu Zhang explains why investors must be aware of the region's earnings cycle in order to...
Partner Insight: Asia dividend growth has almost doubled in five years, offering uncorrelated sources of income when compared to Western figures. Yet many investors remain wary of the sector. Matthews Asia Portfolio Manager Yu Zhang provides his view...
Beijing taking on Silicon Valley for tech supremacy
INDUSTRY VOICE: Income investors overlook Asia ex-Japan at their peril. Strong revenues indicate rising dividends should be a long-term structural trend.
The US administration appears to be targeting export-oriented entities out of China.
Country is an EM favourite
Many countries did not reflate alongside China
Sunil Asnani, portfolio manager at Matthews Asia, gives his views on the most exciting investment opportunities in India and what lies ahead for the country in H2 2018.
INDUSTRY VOICE: When President Donald Trump was elected in November 2016, investors wondered about the possible impact of U.S. protectionism on Asia and in particular China. Yet in the absence of substance behind the political rhetoric, investors in China...
US tariff threats spark market concerns
Value should emerge quickly
Over the past year markets have paid more attention to reflationary policies in Asia than earnings improvements. As a result, companies that have been growing the fastest—sometimes irrespective of valuations—have performed the best.
China is preparing to start celebrating the Chinese New Year on February 16. Along with being the year of the dog, 2018 might also be the year that innovative Chinese smaller companies come into their own, according to Tiffany Hsiao, Portfolio Manager...
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