IN THIS MONTH'S EDITION

  • Alan Liu of the Hong Kong Housing Society keeps faith with active managers
  • Institutions turn to niche alternatives: from student flats to farmland
  • Alternative benchmarks are on the rise, but not all asset owners are convinced
  • China makes slow progress on catering to its aging population
  • Getting into Chinese equities after MSCI’s A-share inclusion
  • Asia’s fast-growing family offices face a challenging new era
  • Fullerton Fund Management’s Jeff Plein on tackling the regulatory burden
  • Rosita Lee of Hang Seng Bank on why clients are looking towards China
  • Smaller institutions need to sharpen up the investment process to secure returns
  • Hong Kong takes aim at conflicts of interest among asset managers
  • NZ Super’s Adrian Orr on considering climate change as an investment factor
  • Even scandal isn’t turning Korea’s focus to corporate governance
  • Active managers come out fighting; the fund manager seeking reflected glory