Brexit fallout

Britain's vote to leave the EU has sparked global reverberations. Asia may have been far less affected than Europe, but Brexit still holds implications for investors in this region.

12 September 2016
Giordano Lombardo, CEO and Group CIO, Pioneer Investments, discusses the implications of Brexit on the stability of Europe and the investment landscape over the coming months.
28 August 2016
Taiwan's Fubon Life, with $95 billion in AUM, is putting its faith in North American large-cap credit this year and adding private equity exposure, but will be more selective ...
12 August 2016
The Chinese firm is postponing its UK plans due to Brexit-related uncertainty and lower foreign demand for RMB assets. Still, it expects mandates from European investors to ...
5 August 2016
Retail investors may be fleeing UK real estate funds, but institutions are staying put, says Kiran Patel, CIO of Savills Investment Management. However, he does expect a drop ...
3 August 2016
Buy- and sell-side executives discussed big market trends in the aftermath of the Brexit vote at the London Stock Exchange's Greater China Conference in Hong Kong on June 29.
3 August 2016
Despite Britain’s vote to leave the EU, Select Property Group is doing a brisk trade selling flats in Manchester to Asian clients. It has just opened in Shanghai and is ...
28 July 2016
Asian institutions are growing more inclined to trade in reaction to market events amid higher volatility, says JP Morgan Asset Management's regional head of institutional ...
28 July 2016
London remains well set as a European base for Asian fund houses, but it's not so clear-cut now for non-EU wealth managers, says Leonard Ng, partner at law firm Sidley Austin.
11 July 2016
Having opened an office in Hong Kong last week, US quant fund manager AQR is targeting China and Japan above all and mulling how to expand its onshore business in the former.
8 July 2016
Britain's vote to leave the EU has sparked more renminbi weakening and capital outflows from China. This trend could wreak havoc on markets, says Chi Lo of BNP Paribas ...
5 July 2016
Global market turmoil and uncertainty, exacerbated by the Brexit vote, is seen leading more asset owners to move beyond traditional strategies in search of stable returns.
30 June 2016
But some feel Europe’s financial services industry may become less concentrated in the UK capital as a result of Brexit, with asset managers, for instance, potentially ...
30 June 2016
However, despite its large international exposure, the $430 billion state pension fund says it will not take drastic action following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
29 June 2016
Most retail investors in Hong Kong and Singapore think their investments will perform worse in the coming 12 months, with the latter group especially pessimistic, finds a new ...
28 June 2016
Buy Asian stocks beaten down by Brexit fears, says Josh Crabb, head of Asian equities at Old Mutual Global Investors. Others are tipping US shares and high yield.
27 June 2016
Britain’s EU exit may raise the cost of fund distribution in the region, force foreign asset managers to rethink European strategies and threaten the possibility of a ...
24 June 2016
Britain has dramatically turned its back on the European Union in its landmark referendum. As markets tumble, reporters are gathering reactions on what this means for Asian ...
23 June 2016
Three events could contribute to a 10% A-share fall in the next six months, says Amundi’s Asia CIO: Brexit, a US rate hike and the US election. If that happens, it would ...
21 June 2016
Investment industry participants flag concerns about short-term market moves and long-term business complications that would result if Britain votes to exit Europe this coming ...
14 March 2016
A British exit from the EU would have ramifications beyond what many have considered, such as threatening an implicit deal with China, argues Jan Dehn, head of research at Ashmore.
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