Grow Your Wealth in the World’s Most Dynamic Region

 

Thanks for visiting InvestAsian. My name is Reid Kirchenbauer and I’m the company’s founder.

 

I’ve spent almost half of my life living and investing in Asia. I went to one of the region’s top universities, learned several languages, bought almost a dozen properties, and have helped friends, family, and clients grow and preserve their wealth.

 

I’m now convinced that Asia will be the main driver of growth in the 21st Century.  During my time here, I’ve seen the dramatic rise of a middle class which didn’t even exist a few decades ago. Governments are opening up, taking personal freedom more seriously, and being friendly to foreign investors while the western world moves backwards.

 

The future will be dominated by the rise of China and India. Increasingly, some of Asia’s frontier markets such as Cambodia, Myanmar, and Mongolia will lead the way. The latter countries are often overlooked by investors – but that’s exactly why they have such incredible opportunities.

 

InvestAsian’s goal is to help investors around the world profit from this dynamic region, wherever they may live.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in the 1990s compared to today. Transformations like this are happening all over Asia.

 

You may have already done research on investing in Asia. But I’m here to tell you that most of the info online is written by expats who are illiterate in the local language and have no clue what they’re doing.

 

InvestAsian is unique because of our analysts and translators based throughout Asia. Together, they possess countless different languages, cultures, and experiences. This gives our clients the best results possible.

 

For example, you’d have a hard time assessing the Thai stock market if you only speak English. InvestAsian has local experts on the ground who are constantly networking, finding investments, and helping our clients find opportunities which they never would have otherwise.

 

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