Investment veteran Ayaz Ebrahim is settling into his new strategic role at JP Morgan Asset Management overseeing Asia-Pacific asset allocation and helping link the international teams.
Former CIFM and JP Morgan director moves to manage investment team and take deputy CEO role at Amundi Hong Kong following Ayaz Ebrahim's move to JP Morgan
The US fund house has signed Ayaz Ebrahim from Amundi Asset Management as part of a restructuring of its equity investment team, AsianInvestor understands.
The veteran investor and Amundi’s CIO for Asia ex-Japan reveals a couple of tips about Asia’s markets to a table of journalists over lunch in Hong Kong.
Bill Maldonado will move to Hong Kong next month to serve as Asia-Pacific CIO, in addition to his role as global strategy CIO for equities. He replaces Ayaz Ebrahim.
Amundi’s long-serving CIO, Ray Jovanovich, is retiring, and HSBC’s Ayaz Ebrahim is joining to run Asia equities.
They're bullish on emerging markets, predict the renminbi will be allowed to strengthen and suggest the best exposure to China is through investments outside the country, among other things.
The well-regarded fund manager will work with Richard Wong to boost HalbisÆs China equities capabilities.
Ebrahim says the biggest challenge in investing in Asia is dealing with technical distortions in the market caused by high liquidity, short-covering and volatility.
Investment Outlook Series: Ayaz Ebrahim, CEO for Asia-Pacific at Halbis, says there is no substitute for quality investing, even if this may result in underperformance in rising markets, where people often end up chasing momentum.