Asset owners, lawyers and fund managers believe rising violence surrounding the protests in Hong Kong will hurt its financial appeal and could cause investors to relocate to Singapore.
The yellow metal has gained lustre among investors amid the prevailing low-rate environment and global geopolitical uncertainties – how high could it go?
China’s GDP grew at its slowest rate in 27 years in the second quarter, prompting concerns over the sustainability of its economy. What can an increase in foreign investment do to help?
Insurers in Taiwan are leading a rising level of interest in ETFs among north Asian countries, seeing the vehicles as convenient for targeting higher yields and hedging purposes.
As regulators globally step up their scrutiny of the cryptocurrency market, how will it evolve over the coming year? Six investment specialists give their takes.
South and Southeast Asia have been an oasis of calm amid global uncertainty, but can the region maintain this level of calm? Five fund managers offer their views.
Leading Japanese asset owners and fund managers convened for AsianInvestor's 8th annual Institutional Investment Forum in Tokyo on June 18 for insight on investing amid uncertainty.
Online sales of funds in China are disrupting the dominance of commercial bank distribution but the latest tie-up between two giant firms has limited scope, say some analysts.
China launched an ETF Connect with Japan just a week after the start of the Shanghai-London Connect. But the new scheme may not sit well with institutional investors.
Although the bill now appears shelved, Hong Kong has lost some of its competitive mojo to rival wealth management centre Singapore, leading to a gradual haemorrhaging of assets.
Six investment professionals share their thoughts on the elements crucial to the success of the newly launched Shanghai-London Stock Connect.
Active managers need to up their game but remain vital in some markets, delegates heard from Japan Post Bank and others at AsianInvestor’s Institutional Investment Forum in Tokyo.
Asian family offices are well ahead of their global peers in their demand for value-added real estate, but they often lack internal expertise.
Industry veteran Mark Speciale is leaving the French fund house to return to the US after 22 years in Asia.
The country is approving a wider range of asset management products as eligible pension products as it wants more people to invest for their retirement.
The firm has placed management of Asia fixed income under its emerging market debt team in London, soon after closing three global bond funds and reorganising its EM equity setup.
A link between China and London's stock markets has long been in the offing. But due to a series of challenges it may never get off the ground, reports sister publication FinanceAsia.
Investment and finance executives say the city’s government may have damaged its image as a financial centre with its push to pass an unpopular extradition law.
The ratcheting of US-China trade tensions could lead to a possible devaluation in the renminbi, which would damage the case for holding Chinese assets.
Eight investment specialists share their takes on how investors caught in the crossfire of the ongoing trade war can best protect their assets in China.