The Dutch pension asset manager's Asia Pacific head of real estate says his team has just had one of its busiest years ever and that 2021 is looking similarly promising.
In what is a newly created role, Tang will work closely with Gong on JPMorgan's China strategy product, as well take an opportunistic approach to individual stock coverage. Where the latter is concerned he will predominantly look at new transactions from the China market.
JPMorgan says the announcement comes after several years of breakneck growth in its China equities business, which will ultimately result in yet more hires and greater coverage of Chinese equity going forward.
At Goldman, Tang most recently covered Chinese small caps, automobiles and diversified industrials. Prior to this position, he worked in the vice chairmanÆs office, conducting global economic research.
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The RM82.64 billion ($20.6 billion) Malaysian Hajj fund, which recently completed a restructure, is looking to diversify globally but remains cautious of risky assets.
Mega players Nippon Life and Dai-ichi Life are looking for opportunities in higher-yield single-A US corporate bonds, which offer more appealing yields than stagnant domestic offerings.