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About Peter Sartori
Born in Australia in 1964, Peter Sartori progressed to a director and head of Asia (ex-Japan) equities at Credit Suisse before leaving in summer 2005 to found Treasury Asia Asset Management Limited (TAAM). Sartori then assumed his current role as head of Asian equity at Nikko Asset Management following its acquisition of TAAM. He started his career in 1990 at Colonial First State in Melbourne and established its Hong Kong office in 1997. Following Colonial First State's acquisition of Nicholas Appelgate's Asian business, Sartori was transferred to Singapore where he headed the Asian investment team. He then joined Zurich Scudder Investments Singapore where he was lead portfolio manager for its Pacific Basin equity products before Credit Suisse snapped him up in January 2002. He completed a Bachelor of Business at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 1987 and a graduate diploma in Applied Finance and Investment from the Securities Institute of Australia in 1994.
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