Mark Mobius

The launch of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect program will allow foreigners to invest in China, but some investors are skeptical.
U.K. inflation flatlines; China’s Tsinghua Unigroup offers $23 billion for Micron Technology; Mobius stepping down from managing Templeton Emerging-Markets Investment Trust.
Executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, the veteran equity manager looks for well-run companies that harness technology.
Mark Mobius executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group is looking to add North Africa exposure to his funds.
Franklin Templeton Investments has set up an emerging markets mutual fund.
Growing concerns that use of derivatives will lead to another financial crisis are unjustified, according to Laurent Crosnier, ceo of Amundi London, reports Citywire.
The size of the derivatives market and the fact that the problems causing the recent financial crisis have not yet been resolved set the stage for a new crisis, reports Bloomberg.
Franklin Templeton Investments has rolled out a mixed asset fund investing in emerging markets.
Mark Mobius oversees $35 billion in Templeton’s emerging markets funds.
Despite performance woes, Templeton Asset’s Mark Mobius has been a leading fixture in emerging markets.