Mark Schlarbaum, Purdue University Graduate is Recognized by Who's Who alumni

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Who’s Who among notable Purdue University alumni recognizes Mark Schlarbaum

Mark Schlarbaum

Mark Schlarbaum

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Mark Schlarbaum is a Managing Partner at Krane Funds Advisors, a provider of China-focused Exchange Traded Funds based in New York City. Mark Schlarbaum manages and trades for KWEB, KFYP and KEMP with assets totaling over 200 million. He is responsible for the day-to-day management of the funds and also contributes to the growth of assets of KraneShares as well as building brand awareness.

Mark is highly qualified in creating investment strategies, specifically around investment opportunities involving Mainland China. He also specializes in offshore private partnerships and Cayman Island investment vehicles. Mark is a seasoned veteran of the trading industry with over 23 years investment experience both as a portfolio manager and trader.

Prior to Krane, Mark Schlarbaum gained valuable experience at large mutual fund companies such as T.Rowe Price and Pilgram Baxter and Associates as well as several small investment management companies and hedge funds.

During his free time Mark Schlarbaum enjoys competitive singles tennis, traveling and fitness. He loves sports and watching NFL Football (particularly the Philadelphia Eagles). He ishappily married and resides in Orange County, CA. He is excited to share his experiences in investment strategies and hopes to meet other like-minded individuals.

Who’s Who Among Notable Alumni Member, Mark Schlarbaum, can be found on the Who's Who Directory where he is looking forward to networking with you.

Building and Developing business relationships with main land Chinese investment professionals including Chinese brokerage firms, QDIE private funds, Chinese investment management firms. Providing investment products and helping them achieve their desired target returns.

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