Collaboration between policymakers and the investment community is crucial for the sustainability of sustainable investing, and this synergy will prove particularly useful for developing markets in Asia.
Hong Kong's regulator sees scope for opening up a maturing crypto market to retail investors, but questions remain about whether investors are sufficiently protected.
Rather than creating buckets of assets, a paper suggests it may be more appropriate to think of a portfolio in terms of growth, yield and inflation protection.
One advantage is that smaller emerging markets are more likely to gain attention from Asian-investing institutions.
Active investing and real assets have outperformed.
A bullish message of Hong Kong's re-emergence was conveyed by a stellar cast of speakers at the Global Leaders' Summit.
With equity markets in Asia bearing the brunt of recent bearishness, a new report highlights the risk of contagion from illiquid assets held in some ETFs.
As former finance minister Rishi Sunak takes over as prime minister, he faces massive challenges in winning back investor confidence in Britain.
Global investors are facing up to a harsher political and social landscape, adding to the stresses of managing global portfolios in troubled times.
Governments may be tempted to backtrack on emissions commitments in the short term, but investors see new opportunities arising from energy uncertainty.
Wind farms offer long-term investors an attractive return profile and are already receiving broad-based political support in New Zealand and Australia.
China's slowing economy and its zero-Covid strategy are causing foreign investors and businesses to take stock.