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Should Institutional Investors Allocate More to India or China in the Next Decade?
Thursday, OCTOBER 17th| 8:00 AM EST / 5:00 AM PST
China and India are the world’s two most popular nations: one country is reforming, while the other is rebalancing. Increasingly, sovereign wealth funds, pensions and endowments have expanded investment activity in both India and China to capture alpha for their portfolios. How much should asset allocators split between India and China? In the next decade, which country will provide more investment opportunities to generate sustainable alpha?
Ajay Krishnan, CFA
Mr. Krishnan earned a Master of Business Administration from Utah State University, where he also worked as a graduate assistant. He completed his undergraduate degree at Bombay University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Physics with a Minor in Mathematics.
Mr. Krishnan is a CFA charterholder and a member of the Salt Lake City Society of Financial Analysts. He specializes in analyzing the investment potential of fast-growing companies.
Ajay is a native of Mumbai, India and speaks Hindi and Malayalam. He enjoys traveling, reading, playing squash and road biking.
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