abrdn invests to help create more for clients. It offers investment expertise across key asset classes, regions and markets so that clients can capture investment potential. By combining market and economic insight with technology and diverse perspectives, it looks for optimal ways to help clients navigate the future and reach their objectives. And, by integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations through its process, it seeks to find the most sustainable investment opportunities globally helping build its conviction and underpin client solutions. By ensuring the assets it invests in are ready for and resilient to a world in transition, it acts as guardian of its clients’ assets and where possible it aligns the interests of clients and wider society with a more sustainable future for our planet.
FSSA Investment Managers is an autonomous investment management team within First Sentier Investors, with dedicated investment professionals based in Hong Kong, London and Singapore. It is a specialist in Asia Pacific and global emerging markets equity strategies, managing assets on behalf of clients globally. It is a bottom-up investor, using fundamental research and analysis to construct high-conviction portfolios.
Guinness Global Investors was established in 2003 by founder and chairman Tim Guinness. Its specialist disciplines of equity income, energy, innovation and Asia offer exposure to key themes to help investors achieve their investment goals. Its in-house economic, industry and company research allows it to take an independent view and not be led by the market. Its size and specialist nature also enables it to respond quickly and efficiently to market movements. It incorporates ESG factors into all its equity strategies and embraces the stewardship responsibilities which it assumes as an investment manager. Active management, high conviction and identifying value are the central pillars of its philosophy and they are delivered in the form of concentrated, equally weighted portfolios.
With a collegiate and meritocratic culture where capacity of investment strategies is managed to enhance and protect performance. Since its foundation in 2001, it has grown steadily and currently has 13 autonomous investment teams managing specialist, active and capacity constrained portfolios, with combined AUM of £19.6bn (as at 29 Dec '23).