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Over the next 12 to 24 months, we expect that Asia, led by China, will become a far more significant part of the global capital markets – and global investment portfolios.
Asia’s integration into world financial markets may be accelerating.
The global economy faces several potential pivots in the direction and scale of monetary, fiscal, trade, geopolitical and exchange rate policies. One in particular will help determine the long-term outlook for China and emerging Asia.
Luke Spajic, Head of Asia Emerging Markets Portfolio Management, discusses the outlook for the renminbi in the near term.
How should global investors interpret recent events in China, and what can they expect for early 2017?
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Head of Asia EM Portfolio Management
Dr. Spajic is an executive vice president and portfolio manager in the Singapore office. Dr. Spajic leads emerging markets portfolio management in Asia and manages Asian credit portfolios. He is also a member of Asia-Pacific Portfolio Committee. Previously at PIMCO, he was a senior credit portfolio manager in Newport Beach, head of U.S. credit research and a member of the Americas Portfolio Committee. In PIMCO's London office, he was head of pan-European credit and ABS portfolio management and a member of the European Portfolio Committee. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2007, he worked as a trader on the global macro proprietary trading desk at Goldman Sachs. Previously, he was in portfolio management at Highbridge Capital, a division of J.P. Morgan, and prior to that, he worked for Lehman Brothers. Earlier in his career he was a consultant to the European Commission and Bankers Trust. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Cambridge University.