Technology is set to revolutionise asset management in Asia and beyond. Over the coming days we will outline how it could do so
Malaysia's low-tax jurisdiction, like other such territories, is seen to be facing a challenge amid the take-up of information-exchange initiatives. AsianInvestor spoke to its director-general.
Onshore service providers in Taiwan have been touting the country as an "unnoticed tax haven" as it is lagging on agreeing to the common reporting standard. Is that set to change?
Malaysian asset managers' share of global sharia-compliant funds could overtake that of firms based in Saudi Arabia, according to AsianInvestor's annual ranking this year.
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.
Asset owners in developing countries need to expand investment possibilities that are often confined by institutional and regulatory constraints, if they are to improve long-term returns.
Robo-advisers are set to slowly expand across Asia as investors seek to keep expenses down and banks aim to offer low-cost investment advice, argues Larry Cao of CFA Institute.
Foreign groups dominate Taiwan’s wealth industry, but fast-growing domestic players are pushing hard to gain market share.
Asia’s increasingly cash-rich but yield-starved insurance firms are casting an envious eye over US fixed income markets, where income returns are on the rise.
An insider's view on how a scrappy e-commerce startup became the world's largest retailer.
The Canadian private markets investment giant plans to invest more in Asia Pacific, just as it is seeing growing appetite for its funds from the region, says Asia-Pacific chief Bill Powell.
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?
In our penultimate Year of the Rooster prediction, AsianInvestor examines whether institutions will further reduce their investment expectations this year.
Increasingly, institutional investors are being wooed by asset managers touting the possibilities offered by smart beta investing. Will it become a core strategy?
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?
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?
Joseph Wang, chief investment officer of Taiwan's biggest insurer, outlines the firm's market outlook and where he sees opportunities in bonds, stocks and alternatives.
Joyce Ngan, the private bank's new Asia-Pacific head of fund solutions, spoke to AsianInvestor about picking products and how it recently put a fund selector in Singapore.
Chinese banks' large-scale outsourcing of fixed income investments could stretch domestic fund houses' capabilities for managing risk and increase the possibility of a blowup.
Struggling to provide steep returns on their wealth management products, Chinese banks are allocating to higher-risk bond funds, driving a fast rise in mainland managers' institutional AUM.