The insurance firm has hired a former Aviva Investors executive to succeed Will Chen.
As one of Asia’s three main financial hubs alongside Hong Kong and Tokyo, Singapore specifically its regulatory reaction to Lehman Brothers' collapse five years ago is significant, not...
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board's head of international explains its approach to investing in the largest emerging markets – and why China infrastructure doesn't appeal.
For now, investing more at home seems less of a priority for Taiwan's largest life insurer, despite the regulator's efforts to encourage lifers to support the country's strategic objectives.
The insurer’s Hong Kong head of asset-liability management has left as fund houses look to boost their actuarial and solutions expertise in Asia.
In the search for yield and improved portfolio performance, Asia’s fixed income investors are increasingly turning their attention to securitised investments. Aegon Asset Management’s Doug Weih explains why he believes this sector is under-appreciated.