As the mainland funds industry undergoes a rapid transformation, its continued expansion will be driven by increasingly savvy retail investors, says Harvest Fund Management.
The region’s affluent focus on bond funds for emerging markets, which risks leaving them poorly placed as market conditions change, argues Eastspring Investments.
Matteo Germano, global head of multi-asset investments at Pioneer Investments, discusses how to identify investing risks driving returns and combine exposure to them in unique ways.
The ambitions of Asian countries to build local fund capabilities is competing with Ucits, the traditional cross-border fund vehicle. Industry experts discuss the ramifications in a webinar.
Which risk do you see as being the most significant for EM investors today: US interest rate rises, a hard landing in China, currency volatility, global trade barriers or political uncertainty?
INCEIF explains how such instruments would benefit both investors and issuers.
Which region do you think currently offers the best opportunities for EM investment: Asia; Eastern Europe and Russia; South America; or Middle East and Africa?
Which emerging market strategy do you believe will perform best in the coming year: equities, fixed income, hedge funds, private equity or real estate?
Programmes including mutual recognition, Asean CIS, QFII, RQFII and Stock Connect appear to have fallen in favour, while ARFP, QDII, QDLP and QDIE have gained popularity.
Meanwhile, flows from sovereign wealth funds are tipped to fall and global fixed income assets should rise in the coming year, finds the AsianInvestor and Clifford Chance survey.
Exchange-traded funds will be the most popular way of allocating to Asia this year, while China's appeal is waning, finds the annual survey by AsianInvestor and Clifford Chance.
Which Asian emerging stock market do you see as offering the best opportunity right now: China, India, Indonesia, Korea or Thailand?