AMOVE by the Chinese Government to ban petrol scooters in cities has opened up new investment opportunities for an investment management team. Peter Jackson , investment manager with Tilly Bailey and Irvine Solicitors, has recently returned from a twoday visit to the Vmoto factories, in Nanjing , China . He said: "It's important to know as much as possible about the companies we're investing in on behalf of our clients, and I was delighted, and privileged to be invited to tour Vmoto's facility. "The investment management team at Tilly Bailey and Irvine Solicitors works hard to research all investments. "Put simply, if we're putting money in we want to know that what they're telling us about the company is absolutely true, and remains so. " China is a growth market, but we want to be confident that we're investing in the right businesses to deliver the best possible return for our clients. " Vmoto is one of many companies we invest in. It is well funded, and is confidently expanding its electric scooter production. "The invitation to visit the factory in China gives us increased knowledge about the company, and in turn gives our clients confidence that analysis and research backs up all our investment decisions."
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