What most of the world calls global investing, investors in Singapore simply call investing. With a limited home market, they have always been forced to operate globally. And as necessity is the mother of invention, they were among the first investors to develop successful cross border value strategies. This month we spoke with Singapore-based Hemant Amin about his global approach. Hemant is Managing Director of Asiamin, a Singapore family office focused primarily on real estate and equities. We spoke with Hemant about how he deals with investing in emerging markets from a distance – and where he thinks the most attractive opportunities are today.
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