Tuesday, 21. January 2020, 13:00 - 13:45 UHR
Presenter: Albert Reiter
What stage has Asia – and in particular China – now reached in its development? What development steps can we expect to see over the next few years? How are the current tensions in global trade affecting China? What are the greatest challenges facing China as it continues its economic rise? What does this mean for the “developed” world? What are the opportunities and risks for China’s financial markets, particularly Chinese A-shares?
Senior Equity Specialist, Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific Equities, UBS AG
Projit Chatterjee is a Senior Equity Specialist within the Emerging Markets and Asia-Pacific Equities team. He has primary responsibility for overall product positioning and development of Emerging Markets and Asian equity strategies, as well as marketing and communication of these strategies to existing and prospective clients globally.
He is a member of the Emerging Markets Equity Strategy Committee and is based in Singapore.
Projit joined UBS in 1997 as a Corporate Finance Analyst with UBS Investment Bank in Mumbai, India. In 1999, he moved to UBS Asset Management in Zurich to work in Strategic Projects, International Fund Marketing. In Zurich, Projit held various roles in the areas of strategic business development, business management and investment solutions. He also led an acquisition project in the Indian market.
Before joining UBS, Projit worked as a money market and foreign exchange dealer in the treasury of MashreqBank, a UAE bank in Mumbai.
CEO and Co-CIO of Eurizon SLJ Capital Limited
Stephen Jen is the CEO and Co-CIO of Eurizon SLJ Capital Limited – an asset management firm based in London established in April 2011 specializing in EM bonds, RMB bonds, and currency management. Eurizon SLJ is majority-owned by the Intesa Sanpaolo Banking Group in Italy.
From 1996-2009, Stephen was MD at Morgan Stanley and held various roles, including Global Head of Currency Research and Chief Global FX and EM Strategist.
Prior to this Stephen was an economist with the IMF in Washington, D.C. covering Eastern Europe and Asia economies, and was actively involved in the design of the IMF’s framework to provide debt relief to highly indebted countries.
Stephen holds a PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with concentrations in International and Monetary Economics and earned a BSc in Electrical Engineering (summa cum laude) from the University of California, Irvine.
Research Partner of ACATIS KV-GmbH for the „ACATIS QILIN Marco Polo Asien Fonds"
Managing Director, Portfolio Manager, Global Multi-Asset PineBridge Investments, London
Mr. Redha joined the firm in 2012 and is responsible for leading the strategy and research function for the Global Multi-Asset Team. Mr. Redha also contributes to manager selection and monitoring, with a particular focus on alternatives. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Redha was an Investment Manager with the Sovereign Wealth Fund of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Mumtalakat where he built and managed their global multi-asset class investment portfolio and oversaw strategic and tactical asset allocation, as well as manager selection across all asset classes. Prior to that, Mr. Redha held positions as Deputy Head of Global Fixed Income and Deputy Head of Hedge Funds at NCB Capital. He holds a master’s degree in chemical engineering, with First Class Honours, from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine in London and holds a diploma in actuarial techniques from the Institute of Actuaries (UK). He also is a Chartered Alternative Investments Analyst (CAIA) charterholder.
CFA, CEO investRFP.com & Founder e-fundresearch.com
Albert Reiter, CFA, is the founder of investRFP.com, a global platform for institutional investors and asset managers operated by e-fundresearch.com Data GmbH. The company was founded in 2000 as an independent fund information provider with a strong focus on qualitative fund research and ranks among the leading providers in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Prior to his current role, Albert Reiter was responsible for the institutional asset management business of Invesco and LGT in Austria. He also worked at Commerz Financial Products (Commerzbank) in Frankfurt with a focus on convertible bond issues and derivatives. At Southern Life Asset Management in Cape Town, South Africa, Albert Reiter worked as Derivatives Strategist within the fund management team. Albert Reiter started his career at GiroCredit Bank as an Options Market Maker for equity and index derivatives.
Albert Reiter graduated with a Business Administration and Finance degree from the University of Innsbruck and earned his MBA at the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town. Albert Reiter is a CFA charterholder (2001) and associate member of GFOA as well as other organisations and associations.