Shuhei Abe presented his in-depth investment thesis at Japan Investing Summit 2012.

Japanese investing pioneer Shuhei Abe, CEO of SPARX Group, will share decades of insights to explain what has worked for investors in Japan, what hasn’t, and what is likely to work in the future. Having built SPARX from scratch in the 1980s into Asia’s pre-eminent asset management firm, Shuhei Abe will reveal the secrets of his success over the years in a market where many have failed. You will get an inside view into the opportunity set in Japan across various investment strategies, as well as gain an appreciation for how the Japanese opportunity compares to Korea and other Asian markets where SPARX is active.

About the instructor:

Shuhei Abe began his career as an analyst for Nomura Research Institute (Japan) in 1981 and transferred to Nomura Securities in 1982. After working in Japanese equity institutional sales at Nomura Securities International (New York), he formed Abe Capital Research Inc. in 1985 and managed Japanese equity investments for US and European investors. In 1989, Mr. Abe returned to Tokyo, Japan to start SPARX Asset Management (SPARX). Mr. Abe graduated from Sophia University with a B.A. in Economics in 1978 and obtained an MBA from Babson College. He completed Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program (AMP) in 2005.

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