Invesco sets sights on Greater China

Regional boss Andrew Lo talks about the fund manager''s strategy in Greater China and Japan.

This has been an active year for Anglo-American fund management giant Invesco, which manages $15 billion from Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo and Melbourne. It launched its business as a Mandatory Provident Fund service provider in Hong Kong, acquired Taiwan's Grand Pacific Investment Management for $116 million and began helping Shenzhen-based Penghua Fund Management create an open-ended mutual fund product. Asia-Pacific CEO Andrew Lo, whose remit includes Japan, speaks about Invesco's future direction.

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