On the final day of our awards announcements, we reveal the Marquee winners: this year's leading providers of asset management and asset servicing.
Today we reveal our picks for this year's top onshore investment management firms in 14 markets in Asia Pacific.
Today we reveal the second batch of winners – by asset class in public markets – and announce four new asset class award categories.
AsianInvestor presents its annual Asset Management Awards winners. We begin by naming the top law firm, compliance consultant, auditor, index provider, COO and custodians.
For the 17th year, FinanceAsia is turning to portfolio managers and buy-side analysts to work out which companies are held in the highest esteem — both by country and sector.
There is a week left to enter submissions for our widely referenced Asset Management Awards – plenty of time for fund houses and service providers to make their case.
A reminder to asset service providers and asset managers: the pitching deadline for our Asset Management Awards is February 17. Here is a summary of the details.
Part two of the pitch guide details what information AsianInvestor’s editors are looking for to help in our decision-making process for this year’s Asset Management Awards.
AsianInvestor is pleased to announce its Asset Management Awards for 2017. Today we start with asset services – here is everything you need to know.
We explain why New Zealand Superannuation Fund and Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund won our Institutional Excellence Awards for ESG and overall governance, respectively.
We continue to reveal why AsianInvestor's Institutional Excellence Awards were handed out this year. Today: the winners in the market categories of Southeast Asia and Taiwan.
Photos from AsianInvestor's Institutional Excellence Awards dinner in Singapore, honouring some of Asia's leading institutions.
The Korean national pension fund was named the leading asset owner in its home market and also won our prize for investment capabilities. We outline its impressive progress.
We continue to reveal why AsianInvestor's Institutional Excellence Awards were handed out this year. Today: the winners in the market categories of Hong Kong and Japan.
Representatives from some of Asia's leading institutional investors gathered in Singapore on November 30 to collect honours from AsianInvestor.
The CIO of Australia's Future Fund, AsianInvestor's Sovereign Wealth Fund of the Year, discusses the challenges of managing pension portfolios and its approach to co-investment.
Today we kick off our explanations of why we selected our institutional excellence award winners in different markets, in alphabetical order by country.
The Taiwanese state institution was named AsianInvestor's pension fund of the year and also won our prize for innovation. We outline its impressive progress.
Over the coming days AsianInvestor will explain the choices in our Institutional Excellence Awards. First up: our sovereign wealth fund and insurance firm of the year.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority is named reserves management institution of the year, while the director general of Taiwan's Bureau of Labor Funds is recognised for his individual contribution.