The group has made two new hires – one for its index business and one on the analytics side – to strengthen its Asia operations.
Losing its entire funds team in Tokyo to rival law firm Bingham McCutchen appears a major blow for White & Case's Asia funds business. Meanwhile, Bingham is already looking ...
Asset management executives tend to agree with a recent Robert Half survey that throws doubt on the accuracy of LinkedIn profiles.
Domestic securities firms and locally incorporated foreign banks are jostling for sunshine fund business as the mainland's securities regulator awaits applications.
Zeng Huiyu is found guilty of insider dealing on New York listed stocks, while Andy Pau had assisted in share disposals via nominee accounts in his mother's, sister's and own name.
Amid rising cross-border investment from Asian asset managers, BNP Paribas Securities Services argues it can complement managers' existing trading desks through outsourcing.
Other Asian regulators would do well to follow recent proposals made by the Australian securities watchdog, argue some market participants.
Asset managers appear resigned to the drive by governments globally to collaborate on information exchange and withholding requirements for combating tax evasion, says JP Morgan.
Hong Kong’s SFC seeks to send a deterrent message to the market by banning a broker-dealer for three years for pretending his wife is a client on a short-selling order.
The global trading head at Axa's investments arm argues that exemptions are required to broad-brush transparency regulation to prevent a funding seizure.
AmInvest has outsourced middle-office functions to State Street in response to its offshore expansion plans and a trend for Malaysian institutional investors to select their ...
The US custodian says it may look into branching out from its traditional role as an agent lender, although there is no timeline for the move.
Sun Hung Kai Investment Services must pay HK$1.5 million after internal control failures. Separately, a retail investor is imprisoned for falsely trading shares of Kaisa Group.
The Australian fund administration firm aims to expand to North Asia and boost its existing operations in Singapore.
The US firm moves to launch fund admin services supporting Hong Kong products to cater to rising interest among asset managers on the back of the planned cross-border recognitio...