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|... whole. Just last week the manager announced it would open a Singapore office, to be headed by former Templeton Asset Management head of wholesale, South East Asia Terence Bong. "The establishment of an office in Singapore, together with Terence's ...|
|... Templeton is regional head of institutional and retail sales for South East Asia and co-chief executive of Templeton Asset Management Limited. Quaife has over 25 years' experience in the industry, mostly in sales and marketing, and has an extensive knowledge ...|
|Mark Mobius, executive chair at Templeton Asset Management, said private equity firms could play a major role in developing Africa's natural resources. Mobius said the investment outlook for Africa is positive as its agricultural products and abundance ...|
|Franklin Templeton Investments has opened an office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Franklin Templeton Asset Management Malaysia Sbn Bhd gained a capital markets and services licence in January. The firm already manages global equities, emerging markets ...|
|Templeton Asset Management Ltd has established an office in Ho Chi Minh City, deepening its operations in the emerging markets arena. According to Templeton, the new office will focus on emerging markets investment research as well as the promotion ...|
|... crisis with ease, according to emerging markets wizard Mark Mobius. EMs investments expert Mobius from Templeton Asset Management Consulting does not deny that the US sub-prime crisis has had an impact on emerging markets, but exponential growth and ...|
|... firm's strategy to further explore the region. Dennis Lim, co-chief executive and portfolio manager of Templeton Asset Management (TAML) and Mark Browning, co-chief executive of TAML and managing director Asia for Franklin Templeton International have ...|
|... are no longer the high risk, unstable economies they used to be and ripe for investment, according to Templeton Asset Management's executive chairman Mark Mobius. Mobius said strong GDP growth, high returns, attractive valuations, increased confidence ...|
|... markets volatility is a "healthy correction" and not an indicator of underlying problems, according to Templeton Asset Management, with the fundamentals of the sector continuing to strengthen. A part of Franklin Templeton Investments, Templeton Asset ...|
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