HSBC China Dragon Fund
HSBC Global Asset Management
HSBC Global Asset Management is the core global investment solutions provider and client service platform of HSBC Group, specialising in working with clients or their advisors to design and deliver bespoke investment solutions. With a dedicated network of offices in over 20 countries around the world, HSBC Global Asset Management integrates the expertise of investment teams operating worldwide to develop investment strategies that add value for clients.
Investment Director, Equities
|Mandy Chan oversees the Chinese investment team and strategy of HSBC Global Asset Management in Hong Kong.
Ms Chan has been working in the asset management industry since 1997. Prior to joining HSBC in December 2009, she was the Chief Investment Officer for Greater China equities at ABN AMRO Asset Management Ltd (ultimately acquired by BNP Paribas Group), where she managed a range of China funds and Hong Kong institutional portfolios. Before that, she worked as a Senior Investment Analyst at Pacific Century Insurance Investment Management Limited responsible for equity investments in China, Taiwan and Korea for absolute return products. Prior to returning to Hong Kong, Ms Chan spent three years in Canada managing investment portfolios for high net worth individuals at TD Asset Management Ltd.
|Ms Chan graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance from the University of British Columbia in Canada, and is a CFA charterholder.|
HSBC Global Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited
Level 22, HSBC Main Building
1 Queen's Road Central
Tel: (852) 2284 1118
Fax: (852) 2269 3068
Important notes :
The Fund is a close-ended fund and no investors may demand redemption of their units. The listing of the Fund on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange does not guarantee a liquid market and the Fund may be delisted. The Fund’s market price on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange may be different from its net asset value per unit. Currency movement may affect the value of investments. Investment in emerging market involves higher risks. The Fund invests part of its assets in China A-shares, which are subject to specific risks and restrictions as disclosed in the offering document. The Fund differs from a typical trusts and investors should read the offering document for details.