Our experts in APAC
Head of Fixed Income, Asia Pacific Managing Director
Hayden Briscoe has overall responsibility for all Asia Pacific fixed income activities at UBS Asset Management. This includes fixed income investment capabilities in Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Australia, and China. He is also a member of the Global Fixed Income Management and Global Fixed Income Investment Committees.
Prior to joining UBS Asset Management, Hayden was a Senior Vice President and Director of Asia Pacific Fixed Income at Alliance Bernstein. In this role he was instrumental in building out their Asian fixed income platform and responsible for regional and country portfolios as well as having input in global aggregate strategies.
Hayden previously worked at Schroders Investment Management, Colonial First State and Bankers Trust, where he fulfilled fund management, portfolio management, and trader roles.
Head of Global Emerging Markets and Equities, APAC
Geoffrey Wong is Head of Global Emerging Markets and Asia Pacific Equities with overall responsibility for all Asian, Japanese and Australian equity teams, strategies and research.
Geoffrey is also responsible for research and portfolio management and construction for global emerging market strategies and is a member of the Equities Management Committee.
Geoffrey joined UBS in 1997. He served on the board of directors of Singapore Exchange, the combined stock and futures exchange of Singapore between 2003 and 2006. He is currently a member of the Singapore Society of Financial Analysts.
Head of Fixed Income, Australia, Managing Director
Anne Anderson has overall responsibility for the Australian Fixed Income business and investment activities at UBS Asset Management. She chairs the Australian Senior Strategy Group which has responsibility for the development of macro investment themes and investment strategy across all Australian client portfolios. As a senior investor, Anne is a voting member on the Global Fixed Income Management Investment Committee.
Anne also serves on the advisory board of the Australian Office of Financial Management which is an agency of the Australian Commonwealth Treasury responsible for the management of Australian government debt.
Anne joined UBS Asset Management in 1993 and has built significant experience in investment and managerial roles across the global and APAC regional businesses at UBS Asset Management. Prior to this, Anne gained a further 11 years finance industry experience in corporate treasury and investment management.
Head of Real Estate Asia Pacific, UBS Asset Management
Graham Mackie is responsible for managing the APAC Global Real Estate (GRE) team and executing the regional strategy. He also provides an APAC perspective into the overall global strategy and is a member of the GRE Management Committee.
Prior to this, Graham was the regional head of GRE's Multi-Manager (GMM) team in APAC, where he was responsible for investment in multiple real estate funds across the Asia Pacific region. In addition, Graham was involved in the marketing of GMM products and services to the client base in the APAC region.
Graham sits on the Management Board and the Executive Board of ANREV, where he is also the Chairman of the Investor Advisory Board. In addition, Graham is also a CFA Charter holder.
Head of Investments, UBS Hedge Funds Solutions, APAC
Adolfo Oliete is primarily responsible for spearheading investment research in the APAC region and has a senior management role in Asia, representing the region in portfolio management meetings. Adolfo is also a member of the UBS Asset Management APAC Committee and the Management Committee.
He leads research on markets, hedge fund investment due diligence and co-investments in Asia. He joined UBS Asset Management's A&Q investment team in London in 2012. Prior to 2012, Adolfo spent one year as a hedge fund consultant at Casteel Capital and 12 years at Highbridge Capital Management in New York and London where he was a Senior Vice President. Adolfo has over 18 years of investment experience and holds a BBA from the University of Massachusetts, at Amherst.
Head of Infrastructure, APAC
Lorenz Chenaux-Repond is responsible for managing the businesses that originate and manage direct investments in direct infrastructure across Asia-Pacific.
Prior to joining the team in 2006, Lorenz was in charge of UBS Investment Bank’s utilities group in Asia. Lorenz has extensive experience in the infrastructure sector, including electricity, gas, water, toll roads, ports and storage facilities. He has played a leading role in multiple direct investment, advisory, equity and debt capital market transactions across the entire region.