With over 30 years investing in Asia, Aberdeen believes that the region’s resilient economic growth potential, strong structural foundation, growing domestic demand, emerging interregional trade and other factors represent compelling potential investment opportunities.
From Goa to the Ganges, and from Kashmir to Kerala, see why all eyes will be on India as the giant awakens.
Singapore has achieved much over the past 50 years and now ranks second in terms of global competitiveness.
Not only does Japan boast enviable strengths such as a high-quality workforce and technical superiority, there are also many world-class companies that are global leaders in their respective fields.
Adam McCabe, Head of Asian Fixed Income, provides an overview of the asset class and the impact of recent market events in the region.
Nicholas Yeo, Director and Head of Equities—China and Hong Kong, discuss how China’s economy is progressing and how Britain’s decision to exit the EU impacts China.
Senior Investment Manager Adrian Lim discusses government reform in India and how the economy is affected.
Kwok Chern Yeh, Head of Investment Management, Japan, discusses market outlook and how the Brexit has impacted Japan.
International investing entails special risk considerations, including currency fluctuations, lower liquidity, economic and political risks, and differences in accounting methods; these risks are generally heightened for emerging market investments. Concentrating investments in the Asia-Pacific region subjects an investment to more volatility and greater risk of loss than geographically diverse investments. Equity stocks of small and mid-cap companies carry greater risk, and more volatility than equity stocks of larger, more established companies.
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