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Victoria Mio

CIO China, co-Head Asia Pacific Equities, Fund Manager Robeco Chinese Equities
"Chinese market biases provide the opportunity for alpha generation. Our investment approach applies a long term investment view and is supported by proprietary quantitative models"

Victoria Mio is co-Head Asia Pacific Equities and CIO China.

She has been the Lead Portfolio Manager of Robeco Chinese Equities Fund and a member of the Asia- Pacific team in Hong Kong since 2008. Prior to this, she spent 2 years in the Emerging Markets team in Rotterdam, Robeco head-offices and started managing Robeco Chinese Equities Fund in 2007. Victoria Mio holds various professional designations, such as Chartered Financial Analyst, Certified Public Accountant (US) and a Financial Risk Manager. Before joining Robeco in 2006, Victoria Mio worked for seven years in the US and five years in China and held senior positions in several financial institutions including JPMorgan Chase & Co, Asterion Capital LLC, and Banco Nacional Ultramarino SA.

Victoria Mio started her career in 1992 and has over 20 years of experience in financial service industry. Victoria Mio obtained an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Victoria Mio also holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Macau.

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