Deutsche Asset stakes out Korea and India

Kimchi and curry: DeAM outlines its priorities in Asia.

Deutsche Asset Management recently took FinanceAsia to lunch at the China Club in Singapore's Capital Tower, which boasts soaring 360-degree views - the sort of panorama that inspires executives to talk about their firms' ambitions. Choy Peng-wah, CEO for Asia, and Sam Hanbury, head of sales and marketing for Asia, discuss DeAM's regional priorities South Korea and India.

Korea is an enticing but difficult market for global fund companies. What has been your approach

Choy Peng-wah We started looking at Korea two years ago because of its scale and the size of its population. We looked at joint ventures, but the local investment trust companies had become discredited. We asked ourselves, with...

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