The next wave of China tech: Looking beyond China’s largest technology firms
News headlines tend to cover China's largest technology players. However, headlines might be missing the big picture. China has undergone an economic transformation in recent decades, lifting more than 800 million people out of poverty and into a vibrant middle class. Technology and e-commerce platforms have been key enablers for China’s economy. The bourgeoning technology sector has allowed the country to leapfrog into a mobile world, and may continue to drive innovation for many years to come.
CFA, Matthews Asia
Michael Oh is a Portfolio Manager at Matthews Asia. He manages the firm’s Asia Innovators and Korea Strategies. Michael joined Matthews Asia in 2000 as a research analyst and has built his investment career at the firm. Michael received a BA in political economy of industrial societies from the University of California, Berkeley.
CFA, Matthews Asia
Tiffany Hsiao is a Portfolio Manager at Matthews Asia. She manages the firm’s China Small Companies Strategy and co-manages the Asia Small Companies and Asia Innovators Strategies. Tiffany joined Matthews Asia in 2014. Tiffany earned her master of science and information technology from Carnegie Mellon University and received a BA in economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Senior Strategist, Investor Education, E*TRADE Securities LLC
Michael Cannizzaro, CRPC®, CRPS®, RICP® is a Senior Strategist of Investor Education with E*TRADE Securities LLC. Mike brings over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry with a concentrated focus on retirement planning, investing and savings. Mike conducts educational seminars for E*TRADE clients through monthly web-based presentations online, as well as at live regional events. His qualifications and perspective have been shaped by his previous work experiences as a Financial Advisor and in training and education roles. Mike holds licenses including: FINRA Series 24, 7, and 66.