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Jan Dehn, Ashmore

Can election fever prove harmful to investors?

A number of the biggest developing economies have scheduled elections this year but just how big an impact do these polls have on markets?

Alan Mudie, Société Générale Private Banking
From Regions / Asia / China

Equities draw interest despite valuation concerns

With global equity markets at record highs, investors are having to hunt far and wide to find value, but wealth managers believe the asset class remains attractive

Jung Ho Rhee, Mirae Asset

European diet sours Mirae Asset’s Korean breakout

European banks looking East prefer to do business with local managers, believes Mirae Asset’s Jung Ho Rhee, but there is no denying the Asian investment story has lost some of its allure, at least for the time being

Craig Botham, Schroders Asset Management
From Regions / Asia / India

Modi’s victory heralds dawn of a ‘new era’ for India

Investors are confident that newly elected Indian prime minister Narendra Modi will be able to swiftly implement much needed reforms

Great Wall
From Regions / Asia / China

Plotting a path into Chinese equity markets

Once the decision to allocate to Chinese equities has been made, investors must determine how broad an area to focus on and whether to go for a foreign or domestic manager

Derrick Irwin, Wells Fargo
From Regions / Asia / China

Political pressures put investors off emerging market equities

Recent sell-offs in emerging market equities have been dramatic, but most fund managers believe the asset class remains a compelling long-term investment

Steven Wieting, Citi Private Bank
From Regions / Asia / China

Emerging markets down but not out

Political upheavals and the tapering of QE have hit emerging markets hard, but some investors are highlighting the attractive valuations and long-term opportunities available in these economies

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Société Générale's return home a sign of things to come

SocGen’s sale of its Asian private banking unit to DBS marks a change of emphasis for the bank and could be the first of many

Ineke Valke, Theodoor Gilissen

Should investors still favour emerging economies?

Ineke Valke of Theodoor Gilissen and BlackRock’s Jeff Shen discuss the role emerging markets should be playing in portfolios

Scilla Huang Sun, Swiss & Global
From Regions / Asia / China

Luxury loses some lustre amid emerging market woes

Luxury brands have flourished in recent years, but how will they be affected by the slowdown in emerging markets and the Chinese government’s crackdown on excess?

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