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Legg Mason loses China insto head; Jack Lin talks new MSCI role; KKR lures CLSA man to become property head; Former WTW research head joins Oreana; Value Partners fund manager exits, and more.
The Asian chief executive of UK-based insurer Prudential is pushing to expand in China, both on the asset management and insurance sides of the business.
The asset management arm of Chinese insurer Ping An has been hiring heavy investment hitters in Hong Kong to strengthen its international capabilities, and is now adding sales staff.
The huge institution has set out more detail about its rapid push into hedge funds, private markets and other risk assets, as its head of asset management prepares to exit.
The firm may follow Allianz and FWD in setting up a new insurance unit after Beijing's recent relaxation of ownership rules, as asset and wealth managers seek majority local ownership.
The two US firms are to launch open-ended core real estate products to tap rising demand among global investors for Asian property. BlackRock may also consider such a move.
AIG names CEO for China unit; Metlife loses Australia CEO; UBS exec to join RHB; QIC names global real estate COO; State Street brings fixed income trader to Apac; Sumitomo Mitsui plans AM split and more.
We asked four market specialists on what further market access measures they expect from China as the MSCI gears up to include A-shares in its EM indices on June 1.
As index provider MSCI announces the first Chinese stocks to be included in its emerging-market benchmarks, fund executives discuss which investors are driving A-share allocations.
Amundi is launching the world’s largest emerging markets green bond fund with IFC. Here's what it could achieve.