While it’s gotten easier than the path in Jules Verne’s novel, traveling around the world in 9 days still takes a toll. Recently, we traveled through Asia as we believe in-person visits are an important part of identifying changing trends and unique manager opportunities. During the trip, a compelling theme from each visit emerged:

  • Asia continues to be called one region, but each country constantly surprises with unique investment landscapes and market structures
  • Once in Asia, it really is like seven distinct markets rather than one 

In this video, we walk through why we commit time and resources to take these journeys, what are we doing while in-country, and what it means to our platform both today and over time as these markets continue to grow and evolve.  
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