Harvest Global Investments Announces Expansion With Three Senior Hires

Harvest Global Investments Announces Expansion With Three Senior Hires

PR Newswire

LONDON, September 13, 2017

LONDON, September 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Harvest Global Investments ('Harvest'), the Chinese and Asian markets specialist asset manager, announces three senior appointments as part of an expansion of their Hong Kong Office. Harvest is one of China's largest fund managers, with $114 billion AUM and more than 200 investment professionals covering Chinese and Asian markets.

The hires will strengthen the Hong Kong-based Chinese and Asian markets specialist and will contribute to Harvest's ongoing expansion of their international product offering.  

Ashley Dale, Chief Business Development Officer and Chief Marketing Officer: "These new hires will bolster Harvest's international position as a Chinese and Asian markets specialist firm. Winnie, Kathy, and Kenn all bring impressive international experience from some of the world's leading financial institutions. They also have the added benefit of being able to combine that experience with a deep knowledge of local markets and deploy these talents within a sophisticated investment approach. As Harvest continues to expand its international product offering for offshore investors, the new hires will add to our team's pedigree and will help our investors to generate excess returns."

As part of this growth in international investment capabilities Harvest has expanded its product range by launching its first UCITS-compliant sub-fund, Harvest China Evolution Equity Fund, earlier this year. The firm was also the first to qualify their funds for the Switzerland-Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds scheme.



About Harvest Global Investments: 

Harvest Global Investments (HGI) is investing in China as it grows into an innovation hub. Our investment team combines an international pedigree with nuanced local insights when looking for alpha opportunities. Our on-the-ground team understands how policy decisions impact local markets and the complexities of risk on-shore and off-shore, so that they can identify companies primed for quantum growth.

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