Schroders cuts to affect Asia; SSGA's Asia head of portfolio strategists exits; BNY Mellon IM Greater China insto head departs; Korean hedge fund closes HK office; Ping An AM CIO moves on; China Everbright CIO departs; M&G sets up Asia credit origination team; Aberdeen Standard HK/China marketing head to exit; and more.
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The $73 billion public pension fund continues its steady buildout in Singapore by poaching an executive from private equity giant Blackstone.
Eastspring Investments hires former Pinebridge executive Joyce Chan for intermediaries coverage; senior portfolio managers at AllianzGI retires; Greystar appoints Akira Kosugi to build Tokyo team; Pimco's global CIO for asset allocation and real assets to retire; VP Bank scoops two private bankers; BlackRock fires global head of active equities.
Investment heads at insurance firms such as AIG and Pool Re discuss the benefits of outsourcing portfolios and what they look for from asset managers.
In the aftermath of revelations about the co-working firm's poor governance, family office executives reflect on how private investments in disruptive companies should be made.
Aberdeen Standard's equity investing process in Asia is changing as it ups its China exposure and the team sees high turnover, raising questions for allocators, Morningstar says.
Some global asset managers in the city are reluctant to hire local fresh graduates at a time when expats are thinking about relocation thanks to the social unrest.
The Hong Kong government has set a major challenge for fund administrators, trustees and fintech firms to develop a much cheaper and easier platform for the territory's pension savers.
Last night AsianInvestor unveiled the winners of the last four award categories: Japan, Endowment, Best CIO and Individual Contribution to Institutional Investment.
AsianInvestor explains the reasons for choosing Hong Kong Jockey Club and GPIF for the market categories of Hong Kong and Japan, respectively.