Direct Asset Partners today announced it has been given the green light to trade Indian stocks as part of its new investment strategy for 2021.
Online PR News – 16-December-2020 – SHINJUKU-KU/TOKYO – Direct Asset Partners’ new Indian venture is aimed to support growing trade and investment flows to and from India and the Firm hopes to start offering its services to private Indian clients early in the New Year.
Direct Asset Partners’ Chief Financial Officer commented on the new Indian venture saying “In this current uncertain economic climate, these rare windows of opportunities in these commercial hubs can only strengthen our name in the region and we want to expand with the ability to support clients and build on our position as a leading firm in the Sub-Continent and Asia.”
Direct Asset Partners’ Chief Financial Officer also added “India has a population of just over 1.3 billion and it is the world’s third largest economy and it remains one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Our research shows that trade flows between India and the rest of Asia increased by 890% over the past 10 years to US$330 billion so the potential in India is absolutely huge.”
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Direct Asset Partners came together in the mid-1980’s, aiming to invest in growth businesses and to work closely with their managements, to achieve the full development of each company. We have worked together in pursuit of this goal, for over 30 years.
From the start, we have developed a strategy of collective decision-making and shared governance that, we think, is a key element in our success, in attracting and retaining the professionals whose experience makes the Direct Asset Partners perspective so special.
Over the years, we have built up wide expertise and network connections with consumer products and retail industries, communications and technology sectors, and in the energy and materials markets. As a firm, we have made over 115 investments in companies, beginning in 1984 with our investments in Microsoft, Coca Cola and Nintendo.
We have maintained a flexible approach to investment, allowing us to generate value in many ways, such as helping build a leading semiconductor manufacturer, to the privatization of utility companies and supporting growth in the renewable energy industry. We regularly consider investments in a variety of sectors, and from startups to multinational conglomerates, while continuing to address investments in our key areas of expertise.