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Battle-scarred Salter prepares for Japan fund revival
Despite being back on the front foot after Abenomics-led battering, the regional veteran is treading much more carefully.
Cautious Salter sets soft-close limit for revived Japan fund
Regional veteran conscious of not hitting previous levels following tough period.
Polar Capital tweaks Japan Alpha fund approach
Asset management firm drops growth emphasis and increases scope to invest across all cap sizes.
Choppy waters: veteran James Salter on riding Japan’s liquidity wave
The Polar Capital manager on resisting the push for passivity and how the hot money flows could leave investors high and dry.
SocGen/DBS handover: Marc Lansonneur on what lies ahead
After 24 years with Société Générale, Marc Lansonneur is embarking on a new journey with DBS after its purchase of the group’s Asian private banking business.
Lights, camera, action: the most watched video interviews of 2013
Citywire Global takes a look back at interviews which topped the viewing charts on a month-by-month basis this year.
Abe must drive yen lower to avoid 'nasty growth shock', says Japan star
Citywire AA-rated manager James Salter says a weaker yen is critical to Japan continuing along the recovery path in 2014.
Japan star Salter: expect Abe to do 'something stupid' over China
VIDEO: Citywire AA-rated Salter explains why he expects the Japanese currency to soon weaken again, and why the economic impact of Abenomics has so far produced mixed results for the country's export sector.
Rising giants: the 10 fastest growing mega funds revealed
Exclusive Citywire Global analysis reveals the blockbuster funds that have seen the biggest rise in assets under management over the past year.
This time it really is different for Japan, says top manager
Euro Stars A-rated James Salter thinks the latest moves by Japan's Abe signal a profound change in its fiscal and monetary policy.