Regina Chi

Regina Chi, CFA®

Vice-President and Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

Regina Chi has lead responsibility for AGF’s Emerging Markets strategies. She has an investment philosophy consistent with AGF’s Global Equity Team and looks for quality companies that have long-term sustainable competitive advantages at attractive valuations. Regina brings 23 years of international equity experience to this role. She was most recently a partner at a boutique U.S. investment firm, where she served as portfolio manager for the Emerging Markets and International Value disciplines. Regina is a CFA® charterholder. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Philosophy from Columbia University.

Recent Articles from this contributor
post image Why investors might feel like it’s the ‘90s again

Why investors might feel like it’s the ‘90s again

Some aspects of the current market environment harken back to the 1990s.

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Global trade tensions are on the rise. What’s next?

After months of optimism, trade tensions have reached a new intensity, with U.S. President Trump…

post image China’s economy: Sure, it’s big, but still emerging

China’s economy: Sure, it’s big, but still emerging

The size of its economy is overshadowed only by the United States. Its population of…

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There’s beauty in diversity

Emerging Markets shouldn’t be viewed as a single asset class There was a time, back…

post image EM’s moment: Last year’s headwinds could be this year’s tailwinds

EM’s moment: Last year’s headwinds could be this year’s tailwinds

We believe we may be at an inflection point—the moment in time when the perfect alchemy of underlying forces could propel an EM rebound in 2019.

post image Why EM stocks are a better diversifier than some may think

Why EM stocks are a better diversifier than some may think

Correlations with Canada’s equity market are much lower today because of the technological transformation underway in the developing world.

post image Are Turkey’s woes contagious?

Are Turkey’s woes contagious?

The burgeoning currency crisis in Turkey has investors on edge, but the probability of a more serious contagion remains low based on the country’s relatively minor linkage to global financial markets.

post image How to build an A-list out of (China) A-shares

How to build an A-list out of (China) A-shares

Better access to China’s mainland equity exchanges may help diversify an investor’s portfolio, but this must always go hand-in-hand with a thorough analysis of the individual companies being considered.

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3 takeaways from year one on the job

AGF’s lead portfolio manager for emerging market equity strategies discusses some of the important decisions made during her first year on the job.

post image Tempered tantrum: Why emerging markets are better positioned this time around

Tempered tantrum: Why emerging markets are better positioned this time around

The current underperformance in emerging markets should prove less painful than the Taper Tantrum of 2013, particularly for investors who shy away from countries with higher current account deficits.

post image China’s precaution against an economic slowdown

China’s precaution against an economic slowdown

Despite recent trade rhetoric tilted towards de-escalation, the Chinese government has made several moves domestically…