Why the PM Capital Asian Companies Fund Founded in 1998, PM Capital is a Sydney-based award winning boutique fund manager headed by Paul Moore. The company has an enviable track record of successfully managing global, Asian and Australian equities, as well as income securities. It manages in excess of $2.0 billion on behalf of private clients, institutional investors and the clients of financial advisers. Fundamentally, portfolios are selectively assembled according to the individual risk/reward proposition of a specific business, as opposed to the common practice of being constructed according to the composition of market indices or standard industry benchmarks. The investment philosophy of PM CAPITAL is based on the simple principle that “the best way to preserve and enhance your wealth is to buy a good business at a good price”. The founding principal and Chief Investment Officer is Paul Moore. He developed the investment philosophy and process that has underpinned PM Capital’s success. Moore began his career in 1985 as an industrial equity analyst then became Portfolio Manager of the BT Select Markets American Growth Fund. He is acknowledged as one of the sector’s leading mutual fund performers. He later went on to become the Head of BT’s Retail International Equity Group, which was awarded International Equity Manager of the Year in 1995 and 1996. Paul established PM Capital in 1998. Kevin Bertoli is the manger of the Asian Companies Fund. The Asian Companies Fund began in July 2008  and its investment objective is to provide long term capital growth and outperform the greater of the MSCI All Country Asia (ex-Japan). The Fund is a perfect for investors seeking Asian exposure ex Japan. It holds 15 to 35 securities across the Asia (ex-Japan) region which includes China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. It’s often difficult to gain exposure to these countries. The fund is around +$27m and has returned 15.30% pa since 2016. Why Value…

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