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By The Editors
12 January 2016
Thomas Poullaouec, head of investment strategy for Asia Pacific at State Street Global Advisors, discusses how portfolios can be enhanced by adopting factor-based strategies.
By Naomi Denning
11 January 2016
Private markets help complete portfolios by accessing exposure that is not available through publicly listed assets. Willis Towers Watson looks at how to implement such strategies.
By The Editors
19 November 2015
Jo Van de Velde, global head of product management at Euroclear, highlights how regional payments harmonisation provides lessons for global securities markets.
By Euroclear | 7 September 2015
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Investors expect every step in the fund transaction processing lifecycle to be robust and transparent. But is this possible?
By AMP Capital | 22 July 2015
AMP Capital's Tim Humphreys explains what investors are looking for when they move into infrastructure. He sets out the differences between listed and unlisted assets, and how ...
By HSBC Global Asset Management | 23 June 2015
The prospect of US interest rate hikes has spurred fears of a potential sell-off in global bond markets. Asian fixed income markets have been relatively resilient, despite the ...
By HSBC Global Asset Management | 19 May 2015
Offshore RMB bonds delivered lacklustre returns for most of the first quarter but have recently seen a significant turnaround as liquidity conditions have improved drastically. ...
By State Street Global Advisors | 21 April 2015
State Street Global Advisors and DoubleLine Capital’s Jeffrey Gundlach, who has been called the new “Bond King”, have teamed up for a new active fixed income ...
By Towers Watson | 24 February 2015
A fiduciary management relationship is being increasingly recognised for its benefits, but its rationale and key factors need to be understood in order for investors to utilise ...
By Dr Mohamed Eskandar Shah Mohd. Rasid | 19 December 2014
The development of the Islamic Capital Market has been strengthened in Malaysia in recent years, but the industry still faces challenges and needs to define its future strategy.
By Towers Watson | 17 December 2014
Jayne Bok, CFA, head of sovereign advisory for Asia at Towers Watson, discusses the evolution of alternative investing by large Asian asset owners.
By Markit | 21 October 2014
Low liquidity, an abundance of unrated issues and a lack of sufficient information are some of the issues facing investors in offshore renminbi bonds. But things are changing, ...
By Markit | 15 October 2014
Exchange-traded funds have faced several obstacles in Asia, but liquidity, transparency and affordability have improved, and investors are taking notice, says financial ...
By SSgA | 10 October 2014
After this autumn's sell-off of emerging market equities, JC de Beaulieu at State Street Global Advisors explains what will drive stocks from here – and where the dangers ...
By Henderson Global Investors | 12 September 2014
Leopold Arminjon, manager of Henderson's Horizon Pan European Alpha Fund, talks about the importance of stock-picking and active management of a portfolio's net and gross ...
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China
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India
  64%
 
Indonesia
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Malaysia
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South Korea
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Thailand
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February 2016 Magazine
AsianInvestor Magazine

What's in this issue

Multi-asset - survival test for managers
China's money market funds evolution
Mutual recognition - reality bites for funds
Sovereign wealth mandates are slowing