Kevin Snowball

Chief Executive Officer & Chief Investment Officer

PXP Vietnam Asset Management

Profile:

Kevin co-founded PXP Vietnam Asset Management in 2002. He is responsible for investment policy and strategy and is the Portfolio Manager for PXP Vietnam Emerging Equity Fund and the segregated mandate. He has more than 30 years' investment experience. Kevin spent a decade in Hong Kong from 1985 to 1995 initially as an investment analyst and then as a specialist manager and trader of proprietary funds in emerging equity and equity derivatives markets in South East Asia. During that period, among other things, he established the Hong Kong equity derivatives business of Baring Securities and Deutsche Morgan Grenfell. On returning to the United Kingdom in 1995, Kevin worked for Dresdner Kleinwort Benson, where he was involved in Latin American and South East Asian sales trading, and then for Bear Stearns International, where he traded closed-end funds in global emerging markets. Later he established the Global Emerging Markets and Japan Investment Company activity of ABN Amro in London.

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Strategy & Practice Management

Firm overview: PXP Vietnam Asset Management Kevin Snowball, Chief Executive Officer, PXP Vietnam Asset Management, tells Hubbis about how the firm came to be and its plans for the future..

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Intercontinenal Saigon, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Vietnam Wealth Management Forum 2018

We were delighted to host our 3rd annual event for the Vietnam wealth management community – the pre-eminent event of its type. Over 200 senior individuals attended – including CEOs, senior management, product gatekeepers and business unit heads from the leading Private Bank...

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Investments

Driving the development of an investment mind-set in Vietnam The country’s asset management industry is dependent on investor education around concepts such as asset allocation and risk – and also on access to products and tools to implement them – if it has any chance of evolving and maturing. Only then will there be the right framework for mutual funds onsh....