Despite being seen as undervalued, Japan's equity market faces multiple challenges that are deterring allocators, finds Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s fund manager survey.
Hong Kong's incoming solvency rules for insurers will have a big impact on their fixed income portfolios just as they will on their higher-risk asset holdings, warn industry experts.
The fund house is seeking a replacement for Gregory Suen. Research firm Morningstar suggests the firm's Asia bond strategy could benefit from being less conservative.
The $11.6 billion fund’s CIO explains how his organisation is responding to the prevailing environment, how it employs passive strategies and why he is wary of property assets now.
Experienced family office investors feel technology valuations are over-inflated in some areas, so are being increasingly selective about what they invest in, and where.
The $33 billion retirement fund is considering setting up a standalone A-shares portfolio, as it reviews its manager structures across asset classes.