As part of his stated goal of creating a more business-friendly environment, the new US president plans to "do a number" on the 2010 Act. How far will he go?
The biggest hit magnets included stories on AIA's new investment hub and on mandates from Cathay Life and China's NCSSF, and an exclusive look at research on central bank allocations.
As part of our Year of the Rooster forecasts, AsianInvestor asks: will the mainland's stock market be kept waiting for inclusion in MSCI's global emerging-market indexes?
The exchange-traded fund industry has doubled in size to exceed $3.5 trillion in the past four years, raising fears about potential problems. Are they justified?
Among the assets tipped to do well in the Year of the Rooster are high-yield bonds, event-driven hedge funds and Asia-Pacific property. Why? Read on...
In AsianInvestor's fourth prediction for the Year of the Rooster, we give our view on whether more countries will vote to leave the European Union.
The city’s annual budget had little to offer to encourage people to put more aside for retirement. That’s a mistake, given its fast-ageing populace.
We present the third in our series of predictions for the Year of the Rooster. Today: will the Bank of Japan be forced to re-think its 10-year bond yield target?
Number two in AsianInvestor's 10 predictions for the coming Year of the Rooster is: how many rate hikes will the US make this year?
Investors are worried about the risk of a Marine Le Pen victory in France's upcoming election. But Brexit reveals that economics often trumps politics when it comes to asset movements.
AsianInvestor has sought to answer 10 big questions for the coming Year of the Rooster, based on discussions with market experts. First up: will there be a US-China trade war?
The list includes scoops such as Syz's exit from Asia and Chinese plans to issue new QDLP rules; details of big pension funds' mandates; and in-depth analysis of private equity issues.
Goodbye monkey, hello rooster! AsianInvestor is taking a break for the Chinese New Year holiday. Normal service resumes on Wednesday, February 1.
From Brexit to Trump via closures, consolidation, Chinese developments and a host of other big issues, AsianInvestor rounds up the most read article from each month of last year.
It’s been a tough 2016. After a year of job cuts, political earthquakes and market uncertainty, we offer fun to look forward to in the year ahead.
AsianInvestor's daily newsletter is taking a break and will resume on January 3. We hope you had a fulfilling 2016 and look forward to providing more insightful coverage in 2017.
Toby Yiu and Richard Newell are honoured at the annual State Street Institutional Press Awards. Ray Chan of sister publication FinanceAsia also wins a top award.
Asset Owner Intelligence will offer bespoke reports on Asia’s largest institutional investors, building on more than 15 years of award-winning reporting on the segment.
The newsletter is not publishing on October 10, which is a public holiday in Hong Kong.
AsianInvestor will take a break from the newsletter this Friday, September 16, as it is a public holiday in Hong Kong for Mid-Autumn Festival. We will return on Monday, September 19.