If the Hong Kong crisis escalates and Beijing intervenes, what would the repercussions be?
Australia’s securities regulator has fined Instinet A$130,000 $117,700 for failing to reject or report stock manipulation by a high-frequency trader despite being alerted by internal reports.
The asset class is gaining more investors across the region but it faces challenges too, not least a dearth of investible assets and rising competition.
The new appointee, who previously ran Asia insurance coverage for JP Morgan Asset Management, will be supported by another recent arrival.
The high-profile departure of the chief executive of Hong Kong's flagship carrier will only underline foreign investor concerns about the risks of doing business in China.
The ability of the country's smaller corporate pension funds to nimbly invest offshore could be affected by discussions to convert governance guidelines into enforceable rules.