Hong Kong

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 | 1 day 4 hours ago
Amid 18 months of poor performance, China-focused strategies have suffered heavy outflows and will likely continue to see low demand this year, says eVestment's head of research.
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 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 Joe Marsh | 13 January 2017
After nine years at Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme, the winner of AsianInvestor’s 2016 lifetime achievement award is seeking a new challenge.
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 Richard Morrow | 16 December 2016
The asset manager is awaiting its fourth wholly foreign-owned enterprise licence, which will allow it to run Chinese private funds for both local and offshore investors.
By Toby Yiu | 14 December 2016
The Hong Kong watchdog's investment products head pointed to the imbalance of fund flows under the mutual recognition scheme. She also commented on the SFC's fee-disclosure ...
By Richard Newell | 13 December 2016
As the Mandatory Provident Fund Authority rolls out a new default fund for its members, one of the chief architects of pension reform in Hong Kong prepares to retire from the ...
By The Editors | 13 December 2016
We continue to reveal why AsianInvestor's Institutional Excellence Awards were handed out this year. Today: the winners in the market categories of Hong Kong and Japan.
By Toby Yiu | 13 December 2016
Fund executives put the territory well ahead of mainland Chinese cities and Singapore in this regard, despite certain reservations, finds a survey by BBH due for release today.
By Bernadette Tio , Toby Yiu | 8 December 2016
The Swiss asset and wealth manager is shutting its Hong Kong operation, a move that came as no surprise to market observers. More industry closures and consolidation are expected.
By The Editors | 6 December 2016
Over the coming days AsianInvestor will explain the choices in our Institutional Excellence Awards. First up: our sovereign wealth fund and insurance firm of the year.
By Bernadette Tio , Toby Yiu | 6 December 2016
Industry participants are questioning the motivation behind and benefits of Hong Kong's new agreement with Switzerland on mutual recognition of funds.
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