AsianInvestor will be back on January 3, 2022.
The new platform will provide investors and fund managers with historical and forward-looking actionable data, based on the asset allocation trends of regional asset owners.
We will not publish our daily newsletter for the Easter public holidays from Friday, April 2 to Wednesday, April 7 inclusive.
The new US president's focus on diplomacy and multilateralism could benefit emerging market equities and it could place a broader array of pressure on China.
Goodbye rat, hello ox! AsianInvestor is taking a break for the Chinese New Year holiday. Normal service resumes on Tuesday, February 16.
The newsletter will return on January 4. We wish our readers a much-needed Christmas and New Year break after a particularly testing year.
The AsianInvestor daily newsletter will not run from December 23 to January 3, 2020. Wishing our readers a happy holiday.
We are not publishing this coming Friday and Monday (April 19 and 22), and will resume on April 23.
AsianInvestor's annual nomination period for our annual Asset Management Awards is closing on March 1. Get your submission in now, or contact us to get a small extension.
We are launching the pitch process for our latest Asset Management Awards. We offer details on both asset services, asset class, fund house and marquee awards – everything you need to know.
The daily newsletter will not appear from February 5 to 7, which are public holidays in Hong Kong. We will resume again from February 8.
Today will be the last newsletter until the new year; publication will resume on January 3.
The daily newsletter is not running on September 25, as it is a holiday in Hong Kong. We will be back on September 26.
Last month we presented a host of insights from key asset owners including AIA, Fosun, Allianz and Ping An, as well as news on moves, and views on a potential Prudential Asia sale.
Last month we presented insights into the plans of key asset owners including HKMA, Taiwan's BLF, Temasek and Texas Teachers, and broke news of a host of high-level moves.
Last month we broke news on key moves from across the region, revealed a big US pension fund's plan for Asia and took a close look at regulatory affairs in Hong Kong.
Last month we reported on the plans of Manulife and Prudential in China, Japan Post Bank's alts push and market reaction to the historic election in Malaysia.
A new government is to take office in Malaysia for the first time in its history. What does the fall of Najib Razak mean for investors in the country and across the region?
Last month, we brought insights from leading regional asset owners including AIG, HSBC Insurance and Allianz, looked at top hiring trends and announced award winners.
The HKMA has had to buy HKD this month to defend the currency's trading band. We asked three buyside experts what this means and how it’s impacting their investment strategies.