Our biggest award of the year went to JP Morgan Asset Management. It combined a robust ongoing business with definite strides in client engagement and product evolution.
The only real surprise about Moody’s cut in China’s rating was the timing. But some see the move yesterday as a signal of doubt that may stall the opening of mainland bond markets.
The fund house has poached Bin Han from Credit Suisse amid a raft of recent hires to its institutional and wholesale teams across Hong Kong and Singapore.
Why we chose Goldman Sachs Asset Management as institutional solutions provider of the year and how Western Asset Management's unconstrained macro strategy stood out.
While leveraged and inverse ETFs build traction in Hong Kong, it is still not clear who is buying them. But industry observers have some ideas about how demand is developing.
Eastspring Investments’ business development and swelling asset base helped it scoop the Asia fund house award, while LGT Capital Partners impressed again on the alternatives front.
Certain leveraged and inverse exchange-traded funds newly listed in Hong Kong are being traded far more heavily than others, which has led some to question the source of demand.
The Swiss fund house has named a new regional chief. His predecessor and the Asia head of distribution have departed, the latter to UBS Wealth Management.
AsianInvestor reveals why it honoured State Street Global Advisors for its exchange-traded funds business and Zeal Asset Management for its hedge fund offering this year.
Big fixed income investors will see the newly approved China-Hong Kong bond trading link as inferior to other access channels, though smaller players should find it useful, say industry experts.
Our latest Marquee award write-ups reveal how Hermes EOS scooped our new prize for the best ESG strategy adviser and what impressed about Amundi's business development this year.
The Australian fund house has poached from Deutsche Asset Management and Invesco to add to its private bank and intermediary sales teams for North Asia.
Hedge fund fees are under sustained attack from investors angry about lower-than-expected returns, delegates heard at AsianInvestor's Asian Investment Summit.
The sovereign wealth fund was among those taking part in the Asian Investment Summit, as panelists discussed screening for liquidity against different investment horizons.
Here we present AsianInvestor's list of the 100 biggest managers of Asia-Pacific assets and outline the key trends that have been shaping the market.
Out the door go the Hong Kong fund firm's deputy CEO, ETF chief and three others, and in comes a new head of sales, following the arrival in December of new CEO Au King-Lun.
Fidelity has launched the first private fund via an IM-WFOE in China last week, but will Chinese investors warm to foreign-branded onshore investment products?
Japanese firms dominate the top 25 in our list of the biggest managers of money in Asia Pacific, while some of the largest Western players have posted healthy asset growth.
Defeat for Marine Le Pen in the French election on Sunday would boost risk appetite generally, say fund managers. But US equities are widely viewed as overvalued.
Most believe victory for National Front leader Marine Le Pen in the French election would have a sharp negative impact on Asian assets. But some take a rather different view.