Singapore-based Pauline Ng is an investment manager for JP Morgan. Ng is responsible for Asian equity funds and she began her career as an Asia excluding Japan telecom analyst for Allianz Dresdener Asset Management. Ng then became a fund manager responsible for Malaysia and emerging markets Asia before moving to JP Morgan in 2005. She studied at Nanyang Technological University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst and Certified Public Accountant.
Chang Qi Ong, vice president, is a country specialist for Philippines and Vietnam equities and a member of the ASEAN team with the emerging markets and Asia Pacific equities team at JP Morgan Asset Management based in Singapore. He joined the firm in 2011 and prior to this, he worked at Temasek Holdings. Chang Qi graduated from Singapore Management University with a BSc (summa cum laude) in Economics.
Sarinee Sernsukskul is a country specialist for Indonesian and Thailand equities at J.P. Morgan Asset Management and a member of the ASEAN team within the emerging markets and Asia Pacific (EMAP) equities Team. Based in Singapore, she joined the firm in 2007 from Credit Suisse Securities in Bangkok where she spent six years, most recently as head of research. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Sarinee worked as an investment analyst with Fidelity Investments in Hong Kong for another two years after being an associate at McKinsey & Company in Bangkok for two years. Sarinee began her career in 1994 with BZW Securities, Bangkok as a senior investment analyst. She obtained a B.A. in Economics & International Relations from Tufts University, Massachusetts and an M.B.A. (Hons) in Finance & Marketing from Sasin Institute of Business Administration.
To provide long-term capital growth by investing primarily in companies of countries which are members of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN). At least 67% of the Sub-Funds assets (excluding cash and cash equivalents) will be invested in equity securities of companies (including smaller capitalisation companies) that are domiciled in, or carrying out the main part of their economic activity in, an ASEAN country. Certain ASEAN countries may be considered emerging market countries.
Rank 4/12 Total Return
Rank 3/12 Standard Deviation
Rank 6/12 Max Drawdown
|2||Templeton ASEAN A (acc) USD||GBP||
|3||BGF Asean Leaders A2 USD||GBP||
|4||JPM ASEAN Equity A Acc USD||GBP||
|5||Milltrust ASEAN A Acc USD||GBP||
|6||HSBC GIF ASEAN Equity AC USD||GBP||
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|1||Milltrust ASEAN A Acc USD||GBP||
|2||Probus Opportunities SICAV-FIS - Mekong Fund||GBP||
|3||JPM ASEAN Equity A Acc USD||GBP||
|4||Fidelity Funds - ASEAN A-USD||GBP||
|5||HSBC GIF ASEAN Equity AC USD||GBP||
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Month by Month Performance
Returns Vs Risk
- United Kingdom
- Launch date04/09/2009
- Share Class size74Mn
- Base currencyUSD
- Min. initial investment35,000
- Min. regular additional investment0
- Annual management1.50%
- Initial investment5