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US banks offer attractive entry point for investors

Manulife Asset Management’s Susan Curry is upbeat about the US banking industry, saying the firm expects higher interest rates and a softening regulatory tone to enhance earnings.
Manulife Asset Management’s Susan Curry is upbeat about the US banking industry, saying the firm expects higher interest rates and a softening regulatory tone to enhance earnings.

Manulife Asset Management's managing director and portfolio manager Susan Curry discusses her outlook on investment strategies and the United States banking industry in our series featuring fund managers.

Ms Susan Curry joined Manulife Asset Management in 1998. As its managing director and portfolio manager, she oversees the financial industries and regional bank strategies as part of the financial institutions team.

Prior to joining the team in 2004 as an investment analyst, Ms Curry worked as a portfolio officer for the private client group. She began her career at Fidelity Investments in 1993, where she served as a research analyst.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 05, 2018, with the headline 'US banks offer attractive entry point for investors'. Print Edition | Subscribe