The Hong Kong-based fund house has promoted internally to fill the role, amid an ongoing management reshuffle.
One would expect the Japanese to be among the most upbeat investors these days, given the expansionist plans of new prime minister Shinzo Abe. But it appears that...
The US firm, recently rebranded from TIAA Global Asset Management, is expanding its sales team and is expected to target Asia’s wholesale market over time.
The fund house has added a portfolio manager and compliance director. AsianInvestor spoke to China head Yu Xiaobo about his plans.
Manulife Wealth and Asset Management has named its new Asia head of product development to replace Elka Leung.
Having the right fee model is key, among other things, says Philippe Legrand, CEO of London & Capital Asia.