Now that the quota limits of QFIIs are gone, should Chinese domestic investors expect their overseas investment restrictions to go away as well? Five specialists give their views.
AsianInvestor's sister publication FinanceAsia gained a set of market reactions about the decision of China's authorities to end the limits on qualified foreign institutional investors.
Firms such as Ashmore, GMO and Northern Trust see equities in emerging markets outperforming those in developed countries in the next few years.
The country's elimination of limits on qualified foreign institutional investor and RQFII investments is welcome and could help encourage better governance and transparency.
The local regulator is preparing proposals that aim to make Taiwan as appealing as Singapore and Hong Kong as a wealth hub. Challenges abound though.
The local regulator is introducing new rules to discourage wealth managers from constantly shifting investor assets into new funds. But some believe the practice will continue.
With sovereign bonds yielding very little, capital has poured into US investment grade bonds. Is the risk/return trade-off worth it? AsianInvestor asked four experts for their views.
Lieven Debruyne will move to London as the UK fund house’s global head of distribution as part of a senior reshuffle, raising the question of who will succeed him in Asia.
The $72 billion government-linked fund manager is gaining momentum as an international investor with the appointment of its new head and a growing focus on overseas mandates.
The US fund house has brought in a head of business strategy and development for A-share investment as Chinese equities attract more interest from international investors.
The departure comes as the French fund house is looking for a new head of institutional business for the region.
Is Hong Kong’s currency peg to the US dollar under threat? Perhaps not imminently, but concerns are rising among some investment industry executives.
South Korea could yet offer appeals to investors to capture undervalued assets, but concerns linger as the country’s export-oriented economy continues to be challenged.
The new appointee, who previously ran Asia insurance coverage for JP Morgan Asset Management, will be supported by another recent arrival.
By enlarging their investment scopes, the regulator is also paving the way for them to expand their businesses in China
Another long-standing staffer has left the Hong Kong-based fund house after a series of senior departures and reshuffles, and is understood to be joining a rival.
Despite being seen as undervalued, Japan's equity market faces multiple challenges that are deterring allocators, finds Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s fund manager survey.
The world's biggest fund house is making changes to its management and sales setup in Taiwan after a sharp fall in its assets under management there since end-2017.
Four investment experts share their views on how Brexit might proceed under new UK prime minister Boris Johnson and how investors should prepare for the eventual outcome.
The fund house is seeking a replacement for Gregory Suen. Research firm Morningstar suggests the firm's Asia bond strategy could benefit from being less conservative.