The hiatus in US central bank policy has soothed investor concerns and helped to lift sentiment, which is just as well given experts doubt the effectiveness of more cuts anyway.
The British fund house has seen another change at the top with the departure of Showbhik Kalra.
A new study by Aima and EY says that Asian hedge funds are more diverse than their European counterparts, but that they still need to do more.
Growth and inflation expectations have rebounded sharply, shows the Bank of America Merrill Lynch monthly fund manager survey. But some allocators remain wary.
A rising number of Australian companies look set to turn to green financing to take advantage of a growing investor and bank willingness to offer such lending.
The authorities' reliance on the police to stamp out protests instead of negotiating is inciting greater violence from both sides. It could cause China to erode the city's high autonomy.
Faced with drastic regulatory changes, Hong Kong insurers that want to improve their solvency ratios should optimise their portfolios and review asset allocations, say experts.
Are investors looking to further pile up their cash holdings to hedge against market uncertainties? Four experts tell AsianInvestor their side of the story.
Foreign investors face limitations on hedging and lending against their renminbi holdings at a time when their renminbi holdings are growing and the Chinese currency has depreciated.
Private equity professionals and the regulator appear divided over how fund managers should be licensed, potentially thwarting the city's aspirations to become a fund services hub.
As part of their new advisory powers, asset managers are looking to provide a broader digital platform to compete with the disrupters.
The Scottish fund house has put a general manager and investment director in Shanghai, as well as a new Asia intermediaries executive in Hong Kong.
Four investment specialists tell AsianInvestor which hedge fund strategies investors are most clamouring for, and which they are shunning in today’s late-cycle environment.
The US asset manager has eliminated the role, resulting in the departure of Celestine Khoo.
Taiwan wants to lure wealthy investors' capital from Singapore and above all Hong Kong but it ideally needs lower tax rates to do so, says a senior local regulator.
Investors also seem better able to pick passive onshore China equity-heavy products than active ones, finds Morningstar research.
Although AI is seen as an opportunity to tap new investment and client opportunities, it could also be a minefield if the safeguards are insufficient, a new study suggests.
Investors hunting for higher-yield fixed income might have better luck with Asian high-yield debt. But what are the caveats?
Japan’s market for apartment buildings is seeing foreigner investors increase both the size and reach of their exposure, rivalling domestic investors.
In a world of AI-driven investing, asset owners will have a greater ability to identify alpha generators and sideline asset managers that cannot outperform, believe industry experts.