Fund Managers

By Jackie Horne
10 hours ago
Watch out for a rising dollar, say fixed income fund managers, who believe the second half of 2017 will drive performance of debt in certain markets, in a reversal of what ...
By Joe Marsh
11 hours ago
Fund firms, broker-dealers and investment advisers can help plug gaps in Hong Kong’s responsible officer regime, says Julia Leung of the Securities and Futures Commission.
By Joe Marsh
2 days ago
Another fund house has benefited from the closure of Syz Asset Management’s Hong Kong office with an appointment to its wholesale distribution team.
By Jackie Horne | 2 days ago
Being flexible and selective will be key to success in fixed income investment this year, say debt specialists. They tip high yield and, later in the year, emerging-market debt ...
By Richard Newell | 2 days ago
After a strong showing in 2016, the gold price has been pegged back by dollar strength and a positive outlook for the US. Still, demand from China is growing, notably through ...
By Jackie Horne | 3 days ago
In the first of a series of articles on the fixed income outlook for this year, fund managers say bond investors are not pricing sufficient inflation into their expectations.
By Joe Marsh | 4 days ago
The US fund house has hired an executive from Syz Asset Management, which closed its Hong Kong office last month.
By Toby Yiu | 13 January 2017
Shanghai has drafted eagerly awaited changes to its qualified domestic limited partnership scheme. Foreign asset managers are also hoping for clarity on Chinese mutual fund ...
By Richard Newell | 11 January 2017
China's E Fund and US asset manager State Street Global Advisors have signed a partnership on product development. But how will it really benefit each of them?
By Joe Marsh | 11 January 2017
Swiss private bank Syz has called time on its asset management business in the region, closing its Hong Kong office a decade after setting it up.
By Joe Marsh | 10 January 2017
The Swiss fund house has named its first Asia head of intermediary sales, but has no plans to tap the retail market in Hong Kong or Singapore. AsianInvestor spoke to the firm's ...
By Toby Yiu | 10 January 2017
With Sino-US tensions mounting over Donald Trump's plans for trade protectionism, among other things, mainland institutions are seen to be eyeing foreign assets outside America.
By Christina Wang | 10 January 2017
The country’s asset owners aim to increase their foreign exposure this year. In particular they are looking to buy US equity and investment-grade debt on price dips, say ...
By Richard Newell | 8 January 2017
The main focus in early 2017 will be on the US, but may soon shift to concerns about Europe. Meanwhile, portfolio strategies are still being driven by ultra-low yields and high ...
By Dr Insup Lee | 5 January 2017
Cho Jaemin returns to Korea's KB Asset Management with ambitious plans, as the firm considers putting offices in Singapore and the US to offset slow growth at home.
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