The recent departures include those of three segment chiefs for Asia-Pacific: the chairman for alternatives and heads of index strategy and of client relationships for factor strategies.
Standard Life Aberdeen has become the first foreign insurer allowed to tap the pensions market in China, although it could be at least a year before it begins...
Insights from a new survey by AsianInvestor and Refinitiv suggest new technologies will revolutionise how portfolio management operates in Asia Pacific in the coming years.
A new set of rules from the CBIRC will enlarge the investor base for insurance asset management products. This could ramp up investor demand.
The Islamic insurers’ need to preserve liquidity could leave them well placed to buy equities, once Malaysia finally emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.
As Asian family groups assess the damage done to their business ecosystems, there is a change occurring around what they invest in and how they do so.