AsianInvestor identified 20 of the most influential individuals who helped advance institutional investment across the Asia Pacific. Our latest profiles focus on Jacob Tsang, formerly of the Hong Kong Jockey Club and Zhao Haiying of China Investment Corporation.
A former senior Cambridge Associates executive joined the Hong Kong institution’s portfolio management team last week.
A long-standing pioneer in alternatives, the Hong Kong Jockey Club won AsianInvestor's innovation award for its committed, disciplined and diversified approach to non-traditional assets.
Hong Kong Jockey Club won AsianInvestor's Marquee Award for institutional investor of the year in 2012.
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