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Schroder Asian Total Return

Managed by

Lee King Fuei

Lee King Fuei graduated from the London School of Economics with a BSc in economics and has an M.Phil in economics from Cambridge University. He started his career with Schroders as a graduate trainee in 1999 and in 2000 he was promoted to manager. Lee King became an associate director in 2005 and in 2006 he was promoted to director. He is currently an Asian equities fund manager and is also a specialist fund manager for the Asian dividend income funds. Lee King is a CFA Charterholder and is a member of the CFA institute. He also holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC).

Robin Parbrook

Robin Parbrook graduated from Edinburgh University with an MA in economics. He started his career in 1990 with Schroders as an analyst for the Far East team in London. In 1992 he went to Hong Kong where he worked as an Asian fund manager and managed a combination of institutional funds and unit trusts. Robin returned to the London office in 1998 where he managed specialist Asian portfolios and in 2000 he became the deputy CIO of Pacific ex Japan equities in Singapore. In 2002 Robin joined the Hong Kong office where he was the head of Hong Kong equities and head of the greater China team. Since 2005 he has been head of the Asia ex Japan equity fund management team.

Objective

The Schroder Asian Total Return Fund will invest substantially into the Schroder ISF Asian Total Return, whose investment objective is to provide capital growth primarily through investment in equity and equity related securities of Asia Pacific companies. The Schroder ISF Asian Total Return also aims to offer a high degree of capital preservation through tactical use of financial derivative instruments.

Registered For Sale In

  1. Singapore

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