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BNP Paribas names head of Greater China equities

BNP Paribas Asset Management has appointed David Choa as its new head for Greater China equities. Choa’s appointment takes effect from July 1, 2020. Based in Hong Kong, he will report to Frédéric Surry, deputy head of fundamental active equities. In his new role, Choa will take charge of the governance and oversight of the investment process. He will also manage teams in Hong Kong and Shanghai. Choa was one of the founding members of the Greater China equities team in 2021. He previously worked at Fidelity Management & Research (Hong Kong), where he served as an international equity analyst specialising in Asia Pacific telecommunications. “China represents one of the strongest growth markets for international asset managers, and will continue to be a focus for the firm in the region,” said Ligia Torres, chief executive for Asia Pacific at BNP Paribas Asset Management. © 2020 funds global asia

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