Implementing best practices for liquidity management is proving challenging for some asset managers, as concerns mount about the potential for a squeeze in fixed income markets.
Some China bullishness is beginning to re-emerge from the shadows as hopes for a trade breakthrough build. But buyers beware.
The renowned economist, in Hong Kong briefly, says investors should get used to uncertainty, increased volatility and disappearing liquidity in some assets next year.
The world's biggest asset manager will see the executive depart, as its actively managed offshore fund assets shrank this year in Taiwan, even as its local ETF business is thriving.
Unless Asian institutions insist on better corporate governance, companies they invest in are unlikely to deliver it. That's the upshot of a report showing a surprising lack of engagement by asset owners.
Equity indices around the world have taken a tumble since the start of October. We asked four experts how this has affected investor portfolios and how they are responding.
Sino-US trade tensions and rising defaults won't scare off foreign investment in the onshore China bond market just yet − not with index inclusion looming and more tax incentives.
With technology transfer at the heart of the trade dispute between the US and China, Asian observers give their views on what the Xi-Trump meeting will ultimately mean for China.
Chinese corporate defaults have risen sharply this year. We asked three experts whether this poses a systemic risk to markets and how it is impacting investor sentiment.
The incumbent, Ryan Stork, will return to New York as deputy global chief operating officer for the world's biggest asset manager.
The largest tech stocks have suffered since early October, exposing risks that could spell the end of a long upward ride and force asset owners to rethink how they invest in equities.
Invesco’s Chinese fund management joint venture has hired Kevin Chen, a 19-year alumnus of Axa Investment Managers, as deputy general manager.
The asset management subsidiaries of Chinese insurers will likely issue more alternative investment plans after a dive in such products so far this year.
Asian investors are showing growing interest in exchange traded funds but remain largely unfamiliar with what they are and how best to use them, industry specialists have said.
Talk of artificial intelligence revolutionising the asset management industry grows ever louder. But can it be truly harnessed?
This will throw up opportunities for fund managers, especially as the private pensions space expands to cope with the urgent need for retirement savings, according to industry experts.
Chinese stock market indices have taken a beating so far in 2018, losing nearly 30%. We asked four experts when investors should start looking at Chinese equities again.
The insurer’s Hong Kong head of asset-liability management has left as fund houses look to boost their actuarial and solutions expertise in Asia.
The Chinese wealth and asset manager's group president believes wealthy Chinese investors should look at ETFs as a way to diversify their portfolios globally.
Among the key difficulties facing the market are the amount and varying types of data provided and the multiple jurisdictions involved.