Good performance for Kina Assets

BETTER-than-expected performance on the Australian Securities Exchange and consistent returns from domestic equities have been cited by Kina Asset Management Ltd chairman Rabbie Namaliu as drivers of the company performance in the first half of 2015.

He told The National that KAML continued to seek new opportunities as the global economy improved and anticipated stronger equity returns through increased job opportunities and industry confidence.

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