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Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in USD, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 38.4% (31 January 2017 - 31 January 2018)
Total Return
1 of 26

49.2%

2 of 26

47.6%

2 of 26

47.6%

2 of 26

47.6%

5 of 26

44.4%

6 of 26

42.9%

6 of 26

42.9%

8 of 26

42.1%

9 of 26

41.5%

10 of 26

40.5%

10 of 26

40.5%

12 of 26

38.0%

13 of 26

37.6%

14 of 26

36.8%

15 of 26

36.2%

16 of 26

35.9%

17 of 26

35.4%

18 of 26

35.2%

19 of 26

34.3%

20 of 26

33.9%

20 of 26

33.9%

22 of 26

32.0%

22 of 26

32.0%

24 of 26

31.3%

25 of 26

27.6%

26 of 26

26.4%

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A-rated Chadha: why I’m betting big on banks

Mirae’s co-CIO says investor need to look towards India’s private sector banks.

AA-rated manager switches to smaller Indian financials

Neptune's Kunal Desai is tapping growth in rural Indian towns currently avoided by big private banks.

EM boutique snapped up by financial services firm

Asset manager home to Citywire AA-rated India specialist taken over by financial services group.

Alpha Female: Asia paves progressive path for female PMs

Citywire research indicates the markets boasting greater female representation among fund managers.

Fund flows: who lost the most in June?

Citywire Asia presents the top five sectors that saw the most net outflows in June.

India’s digital payments revolution: opportunities and challenges

Smartphone apps, contactless technology and banking interfaces are all taking off in India.

India’s GST: investors prepared to wait out the storm

India’s tax reform will hurt the informal sector but will be net positive for the economy.

Korean stimulus may not be a game changer for markets

President Moon Jae-in's $10 billion first budget is not likely to set equity markets alight, analysts say.

BlackRock bullish on Asian growth

Fundamentals and reflation drive positive outlook for H2.

Taiwan and Korea will leave EM benchmark: AA-rated manager

EM specialist says China still has room to grow compared to other Asian markets.