Christopher Darling

Portfolio Manager

Christopher is a Portfolio Manager for LGM’s Asia, Asia Small Cap, Greater China and Responsible Asia strategies. He has over thirty years’ industry experience, joining LGM in 2006. Christopher was initially located in Hong Kong as a Portfolio Manager and Director of Asian Research, later relocating to LGM’s London office in 2015. Christopher has developed a distinguished career researching and managing portfolios across Asian markets. Prior to joining LGM, he worked for the investment banking boutique, Fox-Pitt Kelton and the Swiss banking group, Lombard Odier, both located in Hong Kong, while he started his career in London on the Asian research team at Capel Cure Myers.

Christopher graduated from University College London with a degree in History, later undertaking an MSc in Economic History from the London School of Economics.

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