Asian institutional investors are increasingly lapping up new CLO issuances in the US, the largest market for such leveraged loans, according to a private debt manager.
China’s green bond market to gain government support after Party Congress, as President Xi Jinping reaffirms green commitment.
AsianInvestor gathers chief operating officers from some of the region's leading asset managers to discuss pressing issues at a forum in Hong Kong.
AsianInvestor gathers leading chief operating officers from asset managers across the region to discuss the challenges and opportunities they face.
Asset managers seek the right balance between automation and human intelligence, as robotics allow sweeping changes in the industry.
The French fund house will cut poorly performing and overlapping funds and focus on products close to client preferences, as it aims to build Asia AUM, said the group deputy CIO.
Initial coin offerings are banned in China as the authorities seek to avoid any financial issues during the Party Congress next week. But rules regulating ICOs may be introduced soon.
The UK-based fund house has poached a UBS veteran for the newly created role.
Asian fund investors may continue to pay fund fees that are higher than other parts of the world as the region's commission culture is unlikely to change.
The biggest Chinese private bank aims to greatly increase its Hong Kong relationship managers, but a senior executive admits achieving this goal will be very challenging.
The family office of Steven Cohen, the founder of now-defunct US hedge fund SAC Capital, is expanding aggressively. It is expected to seek external money next year.
Deutsche AM hires new APAC head; Rockspring poaches regional chief from KIC; Northern Trust appoints Japan president; JP Morgan hires Singapore client advisor: Aprea elects new chairman; Hermes adds senior economist; Simmons & Simmons gains Beijing partner; BNY Mellon adds RM head for depositary receipts; Leonteq gains new CEO, board members.
Alina Chiew has resurfaced in Hong Kong at Canada’s biggest pension fund as it steadily expands its investment team in Asia.
Hong Kong property market is at high risk of being in a bubble, says an annual real estate report by UBS, but some investors think opportunities in the city still exist.
Asian institutional investors look set to look for more factor-based strategies over the next five years, probably at the cost of lower passive or active strategies, a study by Invesco shows.
Bitcoin's appeal is growing among Asia's wealthy but regulatory concerns and illiquid digital currency markets, are likely to keep investments muted for now, say experts.
Canada’s biggest pension fund is building out its leveraged finance team in the region as it strives for global diversification and growth in nascent markets.
Hong Kong's de facto central bank has hired an ex-Goldman Sachs executive as head of external managers and appointed new heads of asset allocation and direct real estate.
Investors remain keen on emerging market assets despite the Fed's decision to begin unwinding its balance sheet, but it could be time for a change in approach, experts say.
Client on-boarding times are getting significantly longer to the growing frustration of private bank clients, a Hong Kong survey of wealth management firms shows.