Hedge fund fees are under sustained attack from investors angry about lower-than-expected returns, delegates heard at AsianInvestor's Asian Investment Summit.
The world’s largest pension fund is recruiting fund managers as the next step in its slow shift into alternatives. But only Japan-registered firms can apply.
The pension fund’s CIO, Daisuke Hamaguchi, says the Japanese stock market has ceased to function properly. His proposed solution: a tax incentive for selling cross-shareholdings.
A veteran China hand shares his often hair-raising insights on building a business in the Middle Kingdom.
The current indiscriminate hunt for yield could land some firms in hot water, as it has in the past, says Ian Brimecome, a senior executive at Tokio Marine.
US private equity manager General Atlantic and Chinese travel agency Ctrip are backing a new investment firm, Ocean Link. Tony Jiang, a partner at the new entity, speaks about its plans.