The national security law will tarnish the territory's financial credentials, but financial firms keen to expand in China are expected to maintain their presence in Hong Kong.
Indonesia’s BPJS Ketenagakerjaan, the social security agency that manages $16.8 billion in retirement assets for private-sector workers, plans to double the domestic equity allocation of its relatively new...
Yet another investor survey states that sustainable investing continues to gain huge momentum. More enlightening, though, are some of the other findings.
As Chinese pressure grows on its turbulent territory – both openly and behind the scenes – concerns are understandably rising among investment executives.
New research draws a plausible conclusion given the recent turmoil in Hong Kong, albeit from a very partial source. But some industry professionals do not see big capital outflows just yet.
The Hong Kong-based insurer is looking to investment-grade bonds in the region as it seeks decently yielding debt that is unlikely to be downgraded into junk territory.