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Live Webcast: 4th Annual Singles Day State of the Internet & E-Commerce in China & Emerging Markets Webcast
4th Annual Singles Day State of the Internet & E-Commerce in China & Emerging Markets Webcast
1.) Frank Lavin “Singles' Day Sales Scorecard: A Day In China Now Bigger Than A Year In Brazil”, Forbes as of 11/15/2016
|When:|| Wednesday, November 1st|
11:00am – 12:00pm EST
About the Speakers
Chief Investment Officer
Brendan Ahern is the Chief Investment Officer (CIO) at KraneShares where he is in charge of the firm’s research, education and investor outreach efforts.
Previously, Brendan worked at Neuberger Berman and Salomon Brothers, and was also an early pioneer of the US exchange traded fund (ETF) industry as one of the first 20 employees of iShares by BlackRock.
Within iShares, Brendan experienced the proliferation of ETFs and the growth of the ETF industry first hand. During his tenure he saw AUM grow from a few billion to $1.5 trillion. This “from the ground up" experience forged his comprehensive expertise with all aspects of the ETF industry including product development, marketing, branding, business strategy, operations, portfolio management, and trade execution.
|Dr. Xiaolin Chen|
Head of Investment Solutions
Prior to joining KraneShares, Xiaolin was a lead portfolio manager with JPMorgan Private Bank where she managed portfolios for high net worth individuals totaling $70 billion collectively.
Over the last ten years Xiaolin has extensive experience in both London and New York in developing and managing investment solutions to help clients meet a wide range of investment targets and objectives.
Xiaolin holds a Bachelor’s Degree and Ph.D. in Computer Science, both obtained from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Head of Capital Markets / Portfolio Manager
Mark joined KraneShares in October 2015 as a Managing Partner, portfolio manager and global head of trading. Mark has over 25 years of investment experience consisting of equity trading in both international and domestic markets as well as managing diversified investment portfolios for some of the largest advisory platforms in the U.S. He previously worked for T. Rowe Price for 7 years where he was responsible for trading over $40 billion of assets consisting of domestic and international equities, options and futures. In 2003, Mark left T. Rowe price to pursue his own successful entrepreneurial endeavors, which ranged from managing equity long-short portfolios to domestic small cap long-only separately managed accounts (SMAs), the latter of which grew to over $400 million AUM.