Some 200 delegates gathered at the Westin Hotel in Taipei on March 22 for AsianInvestor's Taiwan Global Investment Forum.
Speakers included Huang Tien-mu, vice-chair of local markets regulator the Financial Services Commission, who spoke on the importance of fintech to reform of the country's investment industry.
Executives from Taiwan's biggest life insurer, Cathay Life, and from state entity the Labor Retirement Fund discussed the need to seek riskier assets abroad in an attempt to boost returns.
And Joanne Murphy, managing director of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association, discussed the success of Chinese hedge fund managers amid an otherwise difficult time for the hedge fund industry.
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