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Unearthing Asia’s Hidden Gems in Volatile Times

Ongoing volatility continues to reveal compelling investment opportunities in Asian equities, as valuations look more attractive, China’s growth rate stabilises and domestic consumption soars.

The PineBridge Asia Equity team follow a pure bottom-up approach that seeks under-valued, globally competitive companies with significant growth potential. This time-tested approach has stood the 18-strong investment team in good stead during times of volatility.

Please join our team to hear their thoughts on the current outlook, potential bumps in the road and where they are finding growth opportunities for the rest of 2016 and beyond.
Recorded May 11 2016 46 mins
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Anik Sen, Managing Director; Elizabeth Soon, Managing Director; Cynthia Chen, VP, Investment Analyst, PineBridge Investments
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