New Capital, a brand of EFG Asset Management, has announced the launch of four funds in Hong Kong.
The Ireland-domiciled Ucits funds, approved by the Securities and Futures Commission, are now available to retail investors.
The US focused New Capital US Growth fund is managed by a team and the fund aims to invest in the US mid and large-cap stocks that exhibit strong growth potentials with low valuations.
The New Capital Asia Pacific Equity Income fund, run by Tony Jordan, helps produce returns for investors by investing in high-yielding stocks with good growth trends in the Asia Pacific region.
The New Capital Wealthy Nations Bond fund seeks investment opportunities in sovereign and corporate debt across both developed and emerging markets. It has a non-benchmark approach which combines a country selection process aimed at selecting the most financially strong nations around the world.
Commenting on the launch, Jim Lee, global chief executive officer, said the expanded funds range would help the firm better serve clients in Hong Kong and Asia as a whole, including private bank clients of the parent company, EFG International.
New Capital has been in Asia for the past five years and has offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Geneva, Zurich and Miami.
The London-based asset manager had $2 billion assets under management by the end of September.