AXA Hong Kong's Richard Chan has joined FTLife in Hong Kong as chief investment and asset and liability management officer.
With the long-term opportunities in global emerging markets being the best they have been in years, an active, differentiated, style-neutral portfolio is best placed to generate alpha, say Anik Sen, global head of equities, and Robert Hinchliffe, CFA, portfolio manager and head of global sector cluster research at PineBridge Investments.
The city’s asset management industry thinks the new policy of no more hotel quarantine but three days of limited public activity is not perfect, but very good. Even so, the bigger moment to celebrate is when mainland China reopens.
Despite high expectations for a finance super-highway as part of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, some say the connect schemes are faltering.
On top of having to deal with standard changes, insurers in the Asia Pacific have also had to manage a new paradigm shift in asset classes.
Susan Buckley to leave QIC after two decades; HSBC asset management names senior roles for institutional and pension business; Henry Chui joins Partners Group in Singapore; Hamilton Lane expands SG office, appoints SEA head; and more.
The South Korean market highlights an ongoing dilemma for asset owners’ appetite for private equity investments.
After China’s yuan hits a 27-month low, should China watchers be more worried, or is there a calm after the storm?