India

By Joe Marsh | 9 December 2016
Market experts point to premier Narendra Modi's reform progress, and the country's swift growth and thriving private sector, among other factors. They are rather less keen on ...
By Richard Newell | 27 October 2016
Investors can expect to see listed property and infrastructure vehicles in India early next year, says Peter Verwer, CEO of the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association.
By Richard Newell | 21 July 2016
The country is enjoying rising appeal among foreign investors, recently overtaking China as the top global destination for FDI. It must continue its reform momentum if this is ...
By Richard Morrow | 13 June 2016
A newly-released study on sovereign investors revealed they are buying more alternatives, looking to developed markets and want to actively manage more assets to raise ...
By Joe Marsh , Richard Newell | 16 March 2016
AsianInvestor presents its annual list of managers of Islamic funds. Their overall AUM fell 12.2% last year, but alternatives were a bright spot. More analysis of the data is ...
By Joe Marsh | 9 March 2016
Asia-focused hedge funds – especially India and Japan strategies – continued their heavy slide last month, while emerging-market and global mandates made slight gains.
By Joe Marsh | 19 February 2016
Private capital raising and investment for emerging Asia shrank last year, but India sharply bucked that trend. Globally, EM private credit and venture capital were also bright ...
By Joe Marsh | 21 January 2016
India and Vietnam look particularly good value, while Hong Kong is now the cheapest major stock market in the world after Russia, says William Ma of wealth manager Noah Holdings.
By Christina Wang | 13 January 2016
Amid the drama of China's attempts at managed depreciation of the renminbi, other Asian currencies are also expected to slide against the dollar this year – except India's.
By Joe Marsh | 27 November 2015
Various sectors are expected to see more strategic foreign investment flows, which is good news for private equity firms. But the government's recent Bihar state election ...
By Leigh Powell | 15 September 2015
UK Sinha, head of India’s securities regulator, counters criticism it has not done enough to facilitate investor engagement at home and abroad, accusing certain jurisdicti...
By Leigh Powell | 10 September 2015
The chief of India’s securities regulator, U.K. Sinha, says 44 domestic fund firms is too many, noting there are too many me-too types of companies.
By Oliver Jones | 7 September 2015
Large asset owners are increasing direct stakes in private assets instead of using funds.
By Leigh Powell | 4 September 2015
Sinha reveals his expectation that a move into securities investing by pension fund EPFO will finally spark broader opportunities for asset managers.
By Oliver Jones | 26 August 2015
Private markets manager Christoph Rubeli says the rise of Chinese buyouts is unmistakeable, with restructuring of state-owned enterprises expected to fuel the trend.
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