Given China was the first country into and, arguably, out of the coronavirus pandemic – its economy is almost back to trend growth already – Jerry Wu explains what some of the lasting impacts of the pandemic are for the world’s most populous country. He also gives his thoughts on China’s future relations with the US given who is likely to be in the White House come January, as well as a view on whether, or not, Chinese companies’ approach to ESG is moving in the right direction.
Emerging Markets & Asia|23 Nov 2020
Fund Manager, Emerging Markets & Asia Team
Jerry joined Polar Capital in June 2018. Prior to joining Polar Capital, Jerry was the fund manager of the Nordea Chinese Equity Fund and prior to his tenure at Nordea, Jerry was an equity analyst at Generation Investment Management specialising in China.
Jerry has also worked for BlackRock as a fundamental equity research analyst based in London and the US, specialising in the global consumer and technology sectors. Further to this, Jerry is a native speaker of Mandarin and fluent in English.
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