Head of China and India, Innovation & Growth, City of London Corporation
Speaker / Moderator
Head of UK, InvesTAO
Hillary Su joined InvesTAO in 2019, currently responsible for the fund distribution and institutional client relation across EMEA with a focus on the UK. Prior to InvesTAO, she was equities sales in Maybank Kim Eng, Everbright Sun Hung Kai and Haitong Securities in London, where she was also in charge of the company’s corporate access to Chinese listed companies. Before that, she worked for and KPMG in London, advising multinational corporates on market-entry risks in emerging countries.
Ms Su holds an MSc. from the London School of Economics and a BA with Honors from Ohio Wesleyan University.
Founder and CEO, CDAM
Adam Chamberlain is the founder and CEO of CDAM, an independent, privately owned investment management firm based in London. Adam founded CDAM with former JP Morgan colleague Scott Davies, in April 2006. Adam joined JP Morgan in 1989 after gaining First Class Honours in Banking and International Finance from City University Business School. Over the next 13 years he worked in a variety of roles for JP Morgan both in London and New York. In 2002 he joined Barclays Capital, spending three years in New York, before returning with his family to London to launch CDAM. Since 2006, CDAM has applied a long-term, value-orientated and counter-cyclical approach to investing in developed-market equities on behalf of an institutional client base.
Deputy Head of Global Service Division, Custody Service Department, ICBC
Ms Chang Yue joined ICBC Beijing Branch in 2003, engaging in Financial Institution Business. She worked in Custody Service department ICBC head office in 2005, performing QFII custody marketing and client service. She was appointed as Deputy head of Global service division since August 2018 in charge of custody business for all kinds of cross-border investment eg QFII, RQFII, CIBM Direct, QDII, WFOE PFM and QDLP&QFLP, etc and DR business.
She got her bachelor and master’s degree from Nankai University in 2003.
Co-Head of Global Multi-Asset Growth, NinetyOne
Philip is Co-Head of Multi-Asset Growth at Ninety One. He is also the co-portfolio manager for the Global Strategic Managed and Risk Managed strategies and has macro focussed research responsibilities.
He began his investment career in 1981 as an analyst at Guinness Mahon & Co Limited, assuming management responsibility for the company’s managed currency funds in 1984. In 1987, he became a founding director of Guinness Flight Global Asset Management, which was later acquired by Ninety One in 1998, and led its successful Global Fixed Income team. In 2000 he joined the Multi-Asset team, becoming Head in 2004.
Philip graduated from Cambridge University with an MA in History in 1980.
Chairman, SWSMU Fund Management
Xiaosheng Chen is the Chairman of SWSMU Fund Management Co Ltd. Prior to his experience as Assistant President in Shenwan Hongyuan Securities from 2018 to 2021, he was the General Manager of SWS Research from 2004 to 2018.
Xiaosheng graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University with an MA in 1994.