ATIKRAI CHATIKAVANIJPortfolio Manager / Founder

After completing his education from the UK and the US, Atikrai Chatikavanij (Jeep) almost became a diplomat serving the Thai government. Destiny led him to become a zinc salesman. Jeep later found his passion as a sales trader before transforming that into an investment ideology and setup the Bangkok-based Hunters Investments in 2003. The Ton Poh Fund was subsequently launched in 2005 with him as the Principal Founder and Portfolio Manager.

7 September 2017

Let the Electric Vehicle Race Begin

The eventual adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) moves our world one step closer towards fuel efficiency, energy diversification, pollution reduction, and climate change mitigation. This topic has sparked a ton of debate on when EVs will be commercially viable and what needs to happen to get us there. Can this technology realistically be seen as a disruptive force to the oil industry within the next decade?

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7 July 2017

Make Way for the Millennials

It comes to no surprise that the sheer volume and growth of Chinese overseas travel continues to surpass all expectations. The number of outbound Chinese tourists will roughly double within the next decade from 120mn in 2015 to 220mn in 2025. Those tourists spent over bn overall in 2015, making them the world’s largest and highest spending group of travelers.

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Atikrai (Jeep) Chatikavanij is a Thai national who was educated in the UK and the US. Upon obtaining his BA in International Studies at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Jeep returned to Bangkok in 1984 and started his career at Padaeng Industry, a Zinc mining and smelting...

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