We reveal the reasons for choosing most of our marquee award winners, including top private bank, best institutional solutions provider and best alternatives house.
For the second half of our Market Awards write-ups, we detail why we chose fund house winners in Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
In the latest part of our awards summaries, we reveal the reasons behind our choices for the leading fund houses for half of our Asia-Pacific markets of coverage.
AsianInvestor unveils the reasons for the winning funds in the second half of this year's Asset Class awards.
In our latest awards summaries, we reveal the reasons behind the winners of the first half of this year's Asset Class awards, comprising the top funds across a range of categories.
We begin a set of articles that explain the reasons behind each winner of our Asset Management 2018 awards. We start with the Asset Service awards.
Jansen Phee of UBS Wealth Management discusses how the Swiss private bank decides to remove fund products from its funds platform.
The head of UBS's fund selection for Asia discusses how the Swiss bank combines qualitative fund analysis with quantitative performance to hone in on preferred products.
The interest of Indian institutional investors in local stocks faces a potential surge in new equity issuance, as the government looks to offload excess stakes in state-owned companies.
Local asset owners have been avid buyers of domestic stocks, but a set of political events and increased market volatility could force asset owners to question their appetite.
While investors are becoming more interested in environmental, social and governance investing, their participation remains relatively low and piecemeal. Will this change?
Environmental, social and governance concepts have yet to truly penetrate the plans of leading asset owners in Asia. Will that change?
Asset owners say there are several reasons behind their reluctance to invest into volatility index futures. They explained to AsianInvestor what they were.
The volatility of global equity markets during the first few months of the year has raised the profile of the Volatility Index. But few asset owners in Asia are looking to use it.
Artificial intelligence funds failed to perform well during the market volatility in early 2018. What does this say about their value versus human-operated rivals?
The Bureau of Labor Funds is focused on adding environmental, social and governance factors into its overall portfolio to cater to a rising interest in these areas by younger people.
Move over robo funds; the next generation of artificial intelligence-based funds is being rolled out. But while they could spell big changes for asset managers, they also have drawbacks.
A year into his role as director general of the Bureau of Labor Funds, Tsay Feng-ching discusses how he is installing his philosophy to guide the pension fund's investing.
Asset owners across Asia Pacific and the world continue to favour ploughing assets into private equity. They are getting keener on co-investing too, according to Preqin.
The scandal surrounding Australia’s financial services company AMP and poor satisfaction levels suggest robo-advisers may have a big opportunity.