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Dale Nicholls: why I'm excited to replace Anthony Bolton

On a recent trip to Hong Kong Wealth Manager had exclusive access to Dale Nicholls as he talked about what he will bring to Anthony Bolton's China Special Situations trust.

Nicholls will succeed Bolton on the trust next March when his predecessor brings the curtain down on an illustrious career.  

In this video Nicholls outlines a number of  similarities and some differences between the pair's investment philosophies.

He also explains why he is excited to be running an investment trust for the first time in his career and the opportunity the Third Plenum presents for China.  

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