Swedish financial services group SEB is on the hunt for a China equities manager.
SEB’s manager research team has a mandate of $100m-$150m (€86m-€128m) to allocate to China A-shares and H-shares.
It is seeking an active manager with a “fundamentally driven, bottom-up” process, according to search QN-2342.
The long-only, all-cap mandate will be benchmarked against the MSCI China index, with a minimum tracking error of 2% and maximum of 8%.
Managers must have at least two years’ track record, although five years is preferred. They should state performance gross of fees to 30 June.
Applicants must have at least $500m under management in the asset class, SEB said.
Interested parties should apply by 5pm UK time on 18 August.
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