Here we present the stories from our daily newsletter that attracted the most attention in October in descending order, with number one the recipient of the most hits.
The French fund house will cut poorly performing and overlapping funds and focus on products close to client preferences, as it aims to build Asia AUM, said the group deputy CIO.
China’s $900 billion sovereign wealth fund envisages doing more direct investing as part of a bold allocation shift. Li Keping, senior adviser and former CIO, spoke to AsianInvestor.
The $126 billion state pension fund will hand out the new overseas-focused mandate in mid-November, amid rising volatility in global markets.
The family office of Steven Cohen, the founder of now-defunct US hedge fund SAC Capital, is expanding aggressively. It is expected to seek external money next year.
Alina Chiew has resurfaced in Hong Kong at Canada’s biggest pension fund as it steadily expands its investment team in Asia.
The regional chief of the French fund manager explains why it made the latest move in a spate of M&A taking place among active asset managers across the globe.
The UK-based fund house has poached a UBS veteran for the newly created role.
The $19 billion Public Service Pension Fund has invited pitches for its first global total-return fixed-income mandates. Four managers will each get $200 million.
AllianceBernstein, Allianz GI, Eastspring, Franklin Templeton, JP Morgan AM and Schroders again win programme awards in Taiwan. But there are concerns on potential polarisation.