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The private bank is bringing in a bond market veteran as chief investment officer, with the current incumbent set to take on another role.
Global fund houses have been expanding their coverage of Asia's fast-growing insurance segment, but may find smaller firms more fertile ground than the bigger players.
Speculation is rife that Chinese insurer Ping An is eyeing the Asian division of British peer Prudential, but other outcomes are being mooted. What would this mean for each firm?
Aberdeen SI names HK chief; StanChart PB poaches DBS pair; Citi PB hires alts director in Singapore; Heitman appoints Apac acquisitions director; BlackRock hires India private credit MD; VP Bank hires SE Asia PB chief.
AMG opens in Japan, appoints adviser; Rothschild WM closes Singapore office; EFG rings changes; Khazanah names new chair, MD and board; APG's new global CIO; Pimco names Taiwan GM; Vontobel names head of IM for Asia; Investec AM's SE Asia head, and more.
The Swiss private bank is understood to have lured an executive from BlackRock to succeed Johann Santer, who joined Fidelity International last month.
Backed by its parent insurer, Ping An AM will continue investing into infrastructure debt. But analyst says the supply of such non-standard debt is becoming more limited.
Volatile markets, tightening monetary policies, and trade frictions have heightened market fears. We asked four experts to name the top regional safe haven assets.
Domestic asset managers have high hopes as the third pillar of China’s pension system is opened up to them. Educational challenges lie ahead though.
The US economy’s uptick means the time’s right for global investors to add North American real estate to their portfolio allocations, as Walton Global Investments’ John Plastiras explains to AsianInvestor.