The 2017 China Asset Owners Insight report, the third such report from our research arm, offers a comprehensive look into the investment activity of the nation's asset owners.
Japan’s GPIF recently began paying active managers based on excess returns and cut the fees of underperformers. We asked four experts whether other asset owners will follow suit.
Last month, we broke stories on a veteran investor's new role, the challenges facing the insurance sector, big moves at major fund managers and more.
ETF Connect, expected later this year, will allow Chinese and international investors to trade ETFs via Hong Kong. We asked four experts about the likely impact of the programme.
We will not be publishing over the Easter holidays, and will resume on Tuesday April 3.
After a steady decline last year, the US dollar continued weakening during January and February. We asked three experts whether this will continue, and what it means for investors.
Last month, we broke big news on MetLife and Axa, kept you up to date with the latest on big institutional investors from Malaysia to Australia and analysed key trends in the region.
Market turbulence has returned with a vengeance. We asked three experts whether the volatility would continue, and how investors should respond.
Our newshounds are taking a short "paws" to celebrate the start of the Year of the Dog.
Last month, we took an in-depth look at the impact of regulations including Mifid II, revealed key moves involving UBP, Robeco, Mercer and Willis Towers Watson, and introduced a new column.
After posting record highs for months, the S&P 500 has dropped 1.6% in two days amid fears of rising rates. We asked three investment experts whether the US equity tide is turning.
In the first instalment of our new regular column, industry experts give their views on what the worst performing asset class will be this year.
Last month we broke exclusive move stories from the likes of Standard Chartered, BlackRock and UBS AM, as well as Japan Post Bank's big plans for alternative investment.
Stories that caught the eye from our daily newsletter through 2017.
AsianInvestor takes a break for the holiday.
Last month we broke exclusives on moves at CPIC Life, JP Morgan AM and Fidelity, and assessed developments in China. But changes at Amundi again attracted the most attention.
Last month we ran exclusives on plans at CIC and Taiwan's Bureau of Labor Funds. We also broke news of Amundi's post-merger revamp and changes at CPPIB, Point72 and Schroders.
The 2016 Japan Institutional Report, the second such report from our research arm, gives a comprehensive breakdown of investment activity among the country’s largest asset owners.
China’s revamped leadership team will likely emphasise stability at the Party Congress next week, but watch out for hints of further state sector reform.
Last month we broke news of changes at the top of the HKMA, a senior executive's departure at Fullerton and reported changes at Great Eastern, Norway's state fund and Colonial First State.