EFG launches China fund

ChinaEFG Asset Management has launched the New Capital China Equity Fund, the ninth sub-fund of its New Capital range.

Mansfield Mok, who recently joined the asset manager, manages the new fund. Mok will select up to 50 Chinese and Hong Kong stocks without a specific investment style.

In a statement, he said he would combine a bottom-up stock selection process with top-down sector analysis.

EFG Asset Management is the asset management arm of EFG International, a global private banking group headquartered in Zurich.

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