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Schroders' Parbrook to step back from giant Asia fund

Co-head of Asian equity alternative investments will relocate from Hong Kong to London.

Revealed: the top three long/short EM equity funds

Citywire Investment Research takes a closer look at the leading long/short equity strategies in the emerging market and Asia region.

BlackRock’s Swan expands role as three managers exit

Managers exit asset manager as part of move towards quantitative approach.

AAA-rated L/S duo reveal top frontier short call

Rapidly evolving economies can rise and fall sharply and Charlemagne Capital’s Dominic Bokor-Ingram and Stefan Böttcher are positioned to take advantage of either outcome.

Schroders' Fuei: ETFs won’t work in age of tech disruption

Schroders' head of Asian equities says he is avoiding passive plays due to speed of change producing huge structural decline.

AAA-rated EM equity expert eyes Romanian riches

Charlemagne Capital’s Dominic Bokor-Ingram believes the emerging European nation could be a surprise hot spot for investors.

AA-rated duo: why it’s time to short Kenya

Charlemagne Capital’s Dominic Bokor-Ingram and Steffan Botcher explain why they have shorted Kenya in the Charlemagne OAKS Emerging and Frontier Opportunities fund.

US election could hit Iran, says frontier markets veteran

Charlemagne Capital’s Dominic Bokor-Ingram says the last thing a new US President would want to do is isolate Iran.

Schroder’s Parbrook: Australia’s ‘lucky’ label is wearing off

Natural resources-rich country too reliant on an under pressure housing sector to aid growth, says Asia ex-Japan chief