Sydney-based firm, Insync Fund Managers, has appointed Yu Ming Cawthorn as the Business Development Manager for its flagship fund the Insync Global Titans Fund.
Insync is excited about Ms Cawthorn joining the firm as she brings with her extensive experience working with platforms and assisting advisers in the IFA space and wider retail market. Together with Insync’s investment team, she will be touring Queensland and NSW over the next few weeks introducing the Fund to regional advisers.
“It is a great opportunity for us to meet with advisers and talk about how to select investments able to provide consistent returns, at lower levels of risk which meet their client’s expectations. This can be particularly challenging during periods of market uncertainty and low economic growth like we’re experiencing today,” said Monik Kotecha, Insync’s Chief Investment Officer.
Insync have indicated Ms Cawthorn is the first of a number of key appointments to their distribution team to be announced in the coming weeks. The expansion is to meet growing interest from retail and institutional investors looking to invest offshore, who have recognised the Fund’s point of difference from its peers of actively managing market and currency risk within the portfolio.
Insync was founded just over six years ago and is an independently owned global equity specialist.
Mr Monik Kotecha CIO Insync
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Distributed by Chris Hocking Strategies 0418 603 694
Originally published 17 October 2016.
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Monik Kotecha is the chief investment officer at Insync Fund Managers which invests in highly profitable companies that are benefitting from global megatrends.
He has worked in London, New York and Sydney. He spent over 7 years as a Senior Portfolio Manager at Investors Mutual Limited, 5 years with BT Funds Management Limited and 3 years with the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
Monik has considerable hedging and currency risk experience.
Insync manages a concentrated, large cap global equity fund incorporating downside protection strategies and active currency management. The fund is managed conservatively, with an absolute return focus, given that the key to compounding strong long term returns is to minimise drawdowns. The stocks that Insync focuses on are exceptional global businesses with high returns on invested capital, strong free cash flow generation, solid balance sheets and a track record of returning cash to shareholders through growing dividends and/or share buy-backs.