Harvest Global Investments announces expansion with three senior hires
September 13, 2017

Harvest Global Investments, a Chinese and Asian markets specialist asset manager, reports that it has made three senior appointments as part of an expansion of its Hong Kong Office. Harvest describes itself as one of China's largest fund managers, with more than 200 investment professionals covering Chinese and Asian markets.

It says the hires will strengthen it and contribute to it's ongoing expansion of their international product offering.

Winnie Wong, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, will be responsible for managing fixed income portfolios run by Harvest Global Investments. She has over 12 years of experience working as an investment analyst and portfolio manager covering Asian companies. She has previously held roles at Royal Bank of Canada, Warburg Pincus, and Credit Suisse.

Kathy Zhang, China Equity Strategist, will be responsible for equity strategy research on both Hong Kong and A-Share stock markets. Prior to joining Harvest, she worked for Crédit Suisse, focusing on Chinese industrials. She holds a Bachelor degree from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Kenn An, Head of Product, will oversee product development at Harvest Global Investments. An was previously Head of Product and Marketing at UBS Asset Management in Hong Kong, where he was responsible for cross-border investment products and business development. He has also worked for several investment banks, including Haitong International Securities, Barclays Capital, Société Générale and Calyon.





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Harvest Global Investments, a Chinese and Asian markets specialist asset manager, reports that it has made three senior appointments as part of an expansion of its Hong Kong Office. Harvest describes itself as one of China's largest fund managers, with more than 200 investment professionals covering Chinese and Asian markets.

It says the hires will strengthen it and contribute to it's ongoing expansion of their international product offering.

Winnie Wong, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, will be responsible for managing fixed income portfolios run by Harvest Global Investments. She has over 12 years of experience working as an investment analyst and portfolio manager covering Asian companies. She has previously held roles at Royal Bank of Canada, Warburg Pincus, and Credit Suisse.

Kathy Zhang, China Equity Strategist, will be responsible for equity strategy research on both Hong Kong and A-Share stock markets. Prior to joining Harvest, she worked for Crédit Suisse, focusing on Chinese industrials. She holds a Bachelor degree from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Kenn An, Head of Product, will oversee product development at Harvest Global Investments. An was previously Head of Product and Marketing at UBS Asset Management in Hong Kong, where he was responsible for cross-border investment products and business development. He has also worked for several investment banks, including Haitong International Securities, Barclays Capital, Société Générale and Calyon.



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