New Capital’s Mok to discuss Chinese economy at Hamburg Summit
Mansfield Mok, senior portfolio manager at New Capital EFG Asset Management will discuss structural changes of the Chinese economy at the InvestmentEurope Pan Europan Fund Selector Summit held on 28-30 September in Hamburg.
Mok will discuss among others the growth of the Chinese tourism industry, with 120 million Chinese tourists are expected to travel outside of mainland China, as well as the combined effect of of supply side reform with the progressing RMB internationalisation and the opportunities they offer to international investors.
Mok has been with Mansfield since 2012, as senior portfolio manager, he is in charge of the New Capital China Equity Fund. Prior to joining EFGAM in 2012, Mansfield was a senior fund manager at GAM, where he spent five years managing investments in Hong Kong and China, with a fund worth $1.5bn. Previously, he assisted in creating Munich Re Asia Capital Management’s first Asian equity fund in 2000 where he ran Asian balanced portfolios and co-managed Asian equity portfolios.