Leading institutional investors from Asia and beyond gather in Singapore for AsianInvestor's 9th Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum.
Leading institutional investors from across Southeast Asia and beyond gathered in Singapore on December 6 and 7 for the annual AsianInvestor conference.
Japan Post Bank, a relative newcomer to alternatives investing, aims to up its current $7 billion allocation by almost 10 times its current level to help deliver higher returns.
Tan Wei Mei, head of portfolio solutions for Credit Suisse Private Banking in Asia Pacific, says lower fees are leading more wealthy clients to consider funds as an investment.
Increasingly asset owners could allocate using factor investing in fixed income, as a replacement for hedge funds, in local markets and even in combination with ESG.
The property investor’s Singapore-based co-head of global real estate securities has left the US firm, which is understood to be moving its Asia team to a new location in the Lion City.
The Singapore regulator's banning of two more individuals for breaches related to the 1MDB scandal could foreshadow more industry closures.
The Singapore-based deputy director for investment and wealth management at Axa Insurance is adding funds in both areas in response to rising investor demand.
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.
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.
Investors remain keen to fund innovative start-ups in Asia but have learned to be more selective, say experts.
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.
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.
The Singapore-based asset manager will see another C-level executive step down from his position, amid its ongoing merger with NTUC Income.
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.
Wealth advisers agree that high net worth investors are increasingly turning their attention to outright asset performance when it comes to investing via funds.
The region's family offices are keen on real estate, equities and increasingly US private credit, according to a joint report by UBS and Campden Research.
Singapore’s biggest insurer has sparked questions by replacing its experienced investment chief, Yoon Mun Thim, in another senior shakeup in the industry.