On Demand Webinars

Broadcast date: 16 November 2016 3:00 PM
Description :

AsianInvestor in partnership with Euroclear, will conduct a webinar discussing how to improve cross-border access to local funds in the region’s emerging markets, from technological and regulatory standpoints. We will also discuss how can countries keep ahead of the many technological and regulatory developments coming through? What can really improve their levels of automation? Can automation boost liquidity and product creation?

We will discuss:

  • The issues: what challenges (technological, regulatory or financial) prevent non-Asian investors from investing into domestic Asian funds?
  • The reality: how much interest do European investors have in Asian funds? How easy are these funds to access today?
  • The options: what can local Asian funds managers/distributors do to create/improve access to their cross border funds?
  • The future: what role can emerging technologies, such as blockchain, play in modernising Asia’s fund access and distribution networks?

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Broadcast date: 7 June 2016 11:00 AM
Description :

 

Liquidity has consistently been a challenge for Asian markets. Now more than ever, this is at the forefront of both investors and market markers minds as they develop their strategies. Changes in market structure due to regulation may mean than traditional approaches to understanding and measuring corporate bond liquidity are no longer sufficient. What can be done to ensure you have the best understanding of bond markets in this environment?

Join AsianInvestor, Markit, Pinebridge and UBS Asset management for a debate on how best to navigate turbulent markets. Click here to register.

Speakers:

  • Arthur Lau, Co-Head of Emerging Markets Fixed Income, Head of Asia ex Japan Fixed Income, PineBridge Investments
  • Ashley Perrott, Managing Director Head of Pan Asia Fixed IncomeUBS Asset Management
  • Randolf Tantzscher, Director of Indices Asia-Pacific, Markit

Moderated by Richard Morrow, Editor, AsianInvestor

The webinar will go live at 11am on Tuesday June 7, Hong Kong and Singapore time. 

Sponsor:

Markit is a leading global provider of financial information services. We provide products that enhance transparency, reduce risk and improve operational efficiency. Our customers include banks, hedge funds, asset managers, central banks, regulators, auditors, fund administrators and insurance companies. Founded in 2003, we employ over 4,000 people in 11 countries. Markit shares are listed on Nasdaq under the symbol MRKT. For more information, please see www.markit.com

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Broadcast date: 17 February 2016 2:00 PM
Description :

The Mutual Recognition of Funds program has the potential to offer international investors access to consumer and institutional savings and investments ‘northbound’ to China, and vice versa. Fund managers are excited about the opportunity to expand their business, with many saying they will enter the Chinese market slowly.

Thomson Reuters and AsianInvestor are pleased to facilitate this webinar discussion panel including representatives from the asset management and fund management communities in Greater China and APAC to discuss and share perspectives, opinions and advice on making confident steps forward to participate in the MRF program.

Host: Jame Dibiaso, Editorial Director, Haymarket Financial Media

Speakers:

  • Wenlin Juang, Head of Pricing and Reference Services, Asia, Thomson Reuters
  • Eleanor Wan, Chief Executive Officer, BEA Union Investment
  • Rosita Lee Pui Shan, Head of Investment Products and Advisory Business, Hang Seng Bank Limited 
  • Timothy Tse, Chief Executive Officer, Value Partners Group Limited
  • Paul Maloney, Counsel, Eversheds

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