Citi and UBS have created a post-trade processing solution which offers middle-office, clearing and settlement services, and removes the need for brokers to have a post-trade ...
The CFA Institute outlines the urgent, but as yet unmet, need for the financial services industry to restore trust and integrity in the investment business via education and ...
AsianInvestor carried out a webcast with three executives from Northern Trust to learn more about the alternative indexing process.
HSBC’s Cecilia Chan looks to shorten durations, going long Asian currencies and using bond ETFs for Hong Kong dollar exposure in pan-Asian bond portfolios.
E Fund Management was one of the first three mainland houses selected to provide RQFII ETFs tracking China’s A-share market. It outlines advantages in terms of risk and cost.
Franklin Templeton’s Simon Rudolph outlines the firm’s common-sense approach to consistent outperformance in managing Asian equity portfolios.
The US state is seeking to hire a trade rep in China and investment rep in Japan to promote commerce between Tennessee and Asia.
Why do some firms automate processing of Asian equities but not fixed income?
Amy Cho, Asia-Pacific business development head at Pictet Asset Management, discusses how interest in local- and hard-currency EM debt is gaining critical mass.
Entering the index business after years of working in it behind the scenes, Thomson Reuters argues having its own data gives it a cost and speed advantage over its rivals.
Jack Neele and Richard Speetjens, managers of Robeco Global Consumer Trends Equities, examine the structural changes taking place in the consumer market.