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The Investor's Guide to China podcast: Private Markets


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So much of the investment conversation is dominated by companies that have already gone public. But it's not always just about listed companies. Investors in private assets, particularly in equities, for many years have considered Asia and especially China as one of the most exciting markets anywhere. While there have been challenges and setbacks along the way, the private asset space in Asia and China continues to develop at an impressive pace.

In this episode, Catherine Yeung, Investment Director, and Marty Dropkin, Head of Equities, Asia Pacific, are joined by Jarlon Tsang, Managing Partner & Head of China at Eight Roads, and Jackie Chien, Director of Capital Markets.

With additional contributions from portfolio managers Vivian Liu and Dale Nicholls.


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