A Sun Life veteran is deferring retirement to take on a role across various business lines to help the merged business make the most of its business potential.
The rating agency is appealing against sanctions imposed by the Hong Kong regulator for a negative report on Chinese companies. If the decision is upheld, price discovery will suffer.
Our newshounds are taking a short "paws" to celebrate the start of the Year of the Dog.
CM Asset Management has undergone a senior reshuffle, with high-level investment staff coming in, such as Anthony Ho, Amundi’s former Asia CIO.
US insurer MetLife is ramping up its asset management business in Asia to expand its regional client base. It is also reportedly looking to sell its Hong Kong insurance unit.
Hong Kong's Mandatory Provident Fund system had a good year in 2017, but concerns over high fee levels and a lack of innovation still linger.
The introduction of tougher fee disclosure rules in Europe spells bad news for high charging fund groups in Asia, as local regulators look to emulate the Mifid II rules.
The US fund house has named new Asia-Pacific heads for its newly unified client business and for digital wealth, underscoring its growing focus on technology.
Leading real estate investors say valuations are reaching unsustainable levels in private markets: time for investors to change their strategy?
The UK asset manager has hired David Mitchell, while two executives have left in post-merger changes, including a 23-year veteran of the firm.
BNP Paribas Wealth Management has poached an executive from LGT Capital Partners, and other private banks are also looking to strengthen their direct investment teams in Asia.
Swiss group UBP's asset management arm has lured a senior portfolio manager from its Dutch rival.
Hong Kong will finally take steps to cancel the offset mechanism in the retirement saving scheme this year, which will likely benefit asset managers.
Shum is leaving after just eight months with the Hong Kong-based asset manager, which last week saw its planned acquisition by China's HNA Group fall through.
The long-anticipated ETF Connect, which sets to boost demand for exchange-traded funds in Hong Kong, looks likely to launch this year after being delayed from 2017.
Tobias Bland, founder of XIE Shares, an independent Hong Kong ETF platform operated by Enhanced Investment Products (EIP), shares his thoughts about the most pressing questions from our recent Inside ETFs Asia conference and discusses the most important themes in today’s Asian markets.
Hong Kong's exchange proposes allowing pre-revenue innovative companies with dual-class structures to list in the city, raising concerns about investor protection.
The Swiss asset manager's head of institutional client coverage for Northern Asia has resigned and will leave in February, but has not yet decided on her next career move.
Around 200 mainland firms have won approval to run asset management businesses in Hong Kong in the past year. But concerns have been raised about the inflow of such players.
BCT is among the first of Hong Kong's compulsory saving scheme providers to incorporate ESG factors for MPF products. But the city's ESG awareness is low.