Responsible investing includes allocating to poor-ESG performing EM countries and helping them shift to greener solutions, instead of divesting completely, experts said.
From Singapore, Rouschop reports to Barend Janssens, ABN AMRO's head of private banking, Asia and Andius Teijgeler, global head marketing products and sales management.
According to ABN AMRO, her appointment comes as it looks to improve its ability to provide access to a more complete range of products and as it expands its private banking team.
Rouschop crosses to the new role internally. Most recently, she was deputy CEO of ABN AMRO Xiangcai Fund Management Company in China. While working there, she was charged with designing new products for the Chinese market.
Prior to this position, Rouschop was head of structured asset management and product development for ABN AMRO Asset Management Asia, where she grew the operationÆs assets under management by over 60% in a three-year period.
Her appointment marks ABNÆs most recent hire in its private banking business. The announcement comes just days after the firm appointed Hans Diederen as its new head of private banking for North Asia.
Inflation, fluctuating interest rates, Covid-19 shutdowns, and sporadic reopenings have led to bouts of volatility in the market, with tech stocks bearing the brunt of the selling over the last month.
Amid today’s macro landscape and the need to rethink portfolio planning, asset owners in Asia Pacific are more eagerly embracing responsible investing, says Nuveen’s Simon England-Brammer.
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Nearly 50% of institutional investors and family offices in Asia Pacific intend to increase the number of external managers for their thematic investments in equities over the next 12 months.