Foreign asset owners are still underinvested in Chinese assets, say experts, but that is set to change—albeit slowly—as A-shares' weighting rises in MSCI's indices.
A public warning by Norway’s wealth fund for LSE not to lower its listing standards for state companies should be an example to other investors.
AsianInvestor's COO of the year also discusses tackling a growing regulatory burden and the challenges ahead for his company.
There are any number of reasons why the spread of environment, social and governance investing seems inevitable, argues Henry Fernandez, CEO of the index provider.
While the Japanese pension fund's new governance structure is to be welcomed, say consultants, it could mean strategy implementation takes longer.
The Hong Kong-based insurer’s chief investment officer, Paul Carrett, says his industry is slow to benefit from new opportunities. He wants to be different.