From the Editor
From Brexit to Trump via closures, consolidation, Chinese developments and a host of other big issues, AsianInvestor rounds up the most read article from each month of last year.
It’s been a tough 2016. After a year of job cuts, political earthquakes and market uncertainty, we offer fun to look forward to in the year ahead.
AsianInvestor's daily newsletter is taking a break and will resume on January 3. We hope you had a fulfilling 2016 and look forward to providing more insightful coverage in 2017.
Toby Yiu and Richard Newell are honoured at the annual State Street Institutional Press Awards. Ray Chan of sister publication FinanceAsia also wins a top award.
Asset Owner Intelligence will offer bespoke reports on Asia’s largest institutional investors, building on more than 15 years of award-winning reporting on the segment.
The newsletter is not publishing on October 10, which is a public holiday in Hong Kong.
AsianInvestor will take a break from the newsletter this Friday, September 16, as it is a public holiday in Hong Kong for Mid-Autumn Festival. We will return on Monday, ...
AsianInvestor has launched its third round of annual Institutional Excellence awards. We welcome pitches from the region's outstanding asset owners, as well as nominations.
Programmes including mutual recognition, Asean CIS, QFII, RQFII and Stock Connect appear to have fallen in favour, while ARFP, QDII, QDLP and QDIE have gained popularity.
We have updated our article access and subscription criteria, to better meet the reading habits of today's investment professionals.
Meanwhile, flows from sovereign wealth funds are tipped to fall and global fixed income assets should rise in the coming year, finds the AsianInvestor and Clifford Chance survey.
Exchange-traded funds will be the most popular way of allocating to Asia this year, while China's appeal is waning, finds the annual survey by AsianInvestor and Clifford Chance.
AsianInvestor will take a break from the newsletter this Friday, July 1, as it is a public holiday in Hong Kong for SAR establishment day. We will return on July 4.
Heman Wong, who oversees investments and operations for Hong Kong's Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme, talks about his liking for English culture and obsession with coffee.
Michael Blake, Asia CEO of Union Bancaire Privee, talks skiing, where he'd love to stay in Beijing and what he listened to during the sale of Coutts International to UBP last year.