Scouring Asia Pacific equities for the best opportunities

17/02/17 in Videos

Portfolio manager at Matthews Asia Sharat Shroff explains why he believes the services side of the
Chinese economy yields attractive investment opportunities, and why Indian equities are a good source of
risk-adjusted growth.

He also discusses the benefits of the entire team being located in San Francisco, the potential impacts of a ripped up Trans Pacific Partnership and standout investment opportunities he currently sees.

Elsewhere, FundCalibre’s James Yardley tells investors why Asia Pacific could be the envy of Premier League football managers.

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