Henderson bounces back from tech fallout

The fund manager has expanded into new services to compensate for post-Nasdaq crash blues.
In Singapore we went from being a hero to a villain because of our technology funds, says Alexander Henderson, managing director of Hong Kong and Singapore at the $145 billion Henderson Global Investors. Tech has been one of the firms key strengths, and in the dot.com boom days, Henderson bought a lot of new investors on board. Henderson will not provide numbers but says in the aftermath of the Nasdaqs crash beginning in early 2000, a lot of retail investors lost money and pulled out.

But today the firm has recovered thanks to a series of new products and services, and has restored its assets under management. To return from...

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