Justin Kendrick has 26 year of experience in Asian markets, initially broking Asia out of London, before moving to Hong Kong and Singapore. He founded Binjai Hill in 2004 as a specialist fund manager for Asian small and mid caps, aiming to produce a low volatility stream of positive risk adjusted returns (annualized performance is 13.3% since inception). The UCITS version of his fund has been seeded by Austria’s Erste Bank.
Kendrick and his team have had 3000 company meetings since inception focusing on long term corporate and professional relationships in Asia and a research driven, disciplined risk management and portfolio construction. Binjai Hill Funds merged with Javelin Wealth Management Group in 2014, which is a Capital Markets Services (CMS-AI) licensed entity, regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Justin Kendrick: Growth, Performance, Diversification: The Greater Opportunity In Asian Markets
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