Fidelity live with Anthony Srom

Fidelity live with Anthony Srom

Navigating Asia and the growing opportunity for active management

Asia is home to 4.7 billion people and will account for most of the world’s population growth over the next 30 years, while its share of the global economy has steadily grown from 9% of the global economy in 1980 to 39% today. As we move over the next 30 years, Asia’s structural drivers will continue, but where are the money making opportunities for investors?

With an expanding range of investment opportunities, the decade ahead looks promising for Asia, but with countries like China and India taking their own path and the shifting of supply chains, a new playbook is required - and a playbook with stock selection at its heart.

Join Anthony as he shares his insights and observations on the:

  • Critical success factors for this region and where he is seeing investment opportunities
  • Challenges facing Asian investors
  • Importance of corporate governance
  • Portfolio position and performance

This webinar is for professional investors.

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Anthony Srom is a Portfolio Manager at Fidelity International based in Singapore. He has 21 years of investment experience and is currently responsible for managing Fidelity Funds – Asia Pacific Opportunities Fund, Fidelity Asia Pacific Opportunities Fund, Fidelity (AUS) Asia Fund, Fidelity Korea – Asia Equity Investment Trust and some institutional segregated mandates.

Anthony joined Fidelity in Singapore in 2006 as an Investment Analyst. He was appointed portfolio manager of the Fidelity Thailand Fund in 2008, which he successfully ran until 2012. Thereafter, he managed an internally funded Asia Pacific ex-Japan Pilot Fund between March 2012 and June 2014, developing a strong performance record. In June 2014, Anthony took over management of the Fidelity Funds – Asian Aggressive Fund and he has managed the Fidelity Asia Pacific Opportunities Fund since its launch in September 2014.

Prior to Fidelity, Anthony worked as a Transport Analyst at ABN Amro, Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank in Australia. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Bond University, Queensland, Australia. He is also a CFA Charterholder.