Andy Ho has answers. Let me explain…
Vietnam is the last significant opportunity for investors in Southeast Asia. But, as with any frontier market, that doesn’t mean it’s simple. Investing in this fast-growing and exciting country can be rather like the infamous experience of attempting to cross its busy streets. To get to the other side in one piece takes nerves and experience.
Today, Vietnam ranks among the fastest growing countries in the world. Much like China two decades before it, the country is experiencing rapid development. It has an increasingly affluent population of nearly 100 million. It is quickly transforming into a key manufacturing hub in Asia. And it is one of the few countries in the world whose economy has continued to grow despite the global pandemic.
Investors from around the globe have taken note of the opportunities that abound in Vietnam’s ‘market-oriented socialist’ economy. And Andy Ho and his book Crossing the Street will help to take advantage of those opportunities – without getting run over.
Bio: Andy Ho is chief investment officer of VinaCapital, one of Vietnam’s leading investment management companies with over US$3 billion in assets under management, and head of the VinaCapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund, a London-listed investment trust with a unique multi-asset strategy that invests in both listed and private equities.
In this episode of Trend Following Radio:
- Economic Bullying
- Entrepreneur Sources of Motivation
- “Make Money”
- Men and Women Entrepreneurs
- Investing in Vietnam
- Working with the Government
- Learning Languages