The pandemic and lockdowns have raised vacancy rates in Asian commercial property. Is now a time to invest, or will valuations fall further? AsianInvestor asked several experts.
AsianInvestor spoke with real estate investing guru John Lim on how the region has changed for investing, and the ignorance with which many overseas managers still look at Asia.
Asian emerging markets are experiencing volatility even before the US presidential election in November. Five experts discussed how a Trump or Biden win could affect EM equities.
AsianInvestor gained the views of GSAM chairman Sheila Patel on how Asian investing has changed, and why she hopes to see more definitive investment flows into the region.
AsianInvestor spoke to Mark Browning, head of Asia for Franklin Templeton, shortly before his departure from the fund house, about how fund management has changed in 20 years.
The surprise election of Donald Trump caused a wave of widening, tightening and widening of 10-year Treasuries. Will his re-election be a boon for bonds? Four experts offer their views.
The poor performance of several active fund strategies such as value funds and alternative risk premia have led more investors to consider inhousing more of their investing resources.
Global managers believe the economy will improve, but are diversifying their stocks over rising concerns about tech values, said the latest BoA Merrill Global Fund Manager Survey.
Low interest rates and rampant liquidity are offering companies more financing sources – and limiting the ability of ESG-conscious investors to influence them via divestment.
The Chinese financial regulator eased the rules around insurance asset management products, which should hasten their issuance and raise their appeal with other investors.
Beijing is seen as highly unlikely to rush to offload US Treasuries for a number of reasons, despite mounting tensions between the US and China.
Should Joe Biden defeat Donald Trump in November to become the next US president, what will be the impact on US and Asian stocks? Six investment experts share their insights.
The MPFA is approving fund houses that will be introducing investment products for post retirement, while making other efforts to improve the pension system.
The US fund house’s president and de facto head of client coverage for Asia is returning to his native UK for personal reasons, having built out the regional business.
The UK asset manager’s Asia chief reflects on the merger of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life and on fund industry consolidation in general.
The future of Abenomics, the Japanese prime minister's eponymous policies, have been cast into doubt after his resignation on August 28. What does this mean for local assets?
With Covid-19 driving technology share prices to record levels, even the threat of tighter regulation in the US has had little impact on valuations in the sector.
Asset owners in Asia have exhibited varying degrees of using technology solutions in their middle and back office operations, but looming regulations could accelerate such adoption.
A new report from the Alternative Credit Council – backed by industry experts – sets out the investment opportunities and obstacles posed by the region's private credit markets.
A new survey on gender equality by CFA Institute found that 74% of respondents feel that better diversity improves investment outcomes.