The embattled asset manager's Asia head of insurance coverage is moving on after other senior changes at the recently merged group.
JP Morgan Asset Management's highly respected Asia chief is to head the North American business of UK insurer Prudential. The US firm is tipped to name an in-house replacement.
Michael Falcon is moving to a North American role at the British insurer after eight years at the US asset manager.
The controversial mechanism within Hong Kong's Mandatory Provident Fund scheme is to be removed by 2024. This is seen as good news for pension savers and asset managers.
The former Asia head of Merian Global Investors – formerly Old Mutual Global Investors – has just joined the Chinese asset manager.
Given the breathtaking pace at which fintech is making inroads into the asset management industry, we asked six specialists what developments are set to have the greatest impact on investors.
Emerging market shares have performed poorly this year but not as poorly as most managers in this sector, according to Copley Fund Research. What are the chances of a quick rebound?
Rules introduced to root out illegal fundraising and P2P ponzi schemes have already resulted in a reduction in the number of firms registered with the local regulator.
Already accounting for $11 trillion in AUM, outsourced institutional business in Asia could grow another 11% in the next 3-5 years, says the author of a new McKinsey report.
Dual-class share structures are common among technology companies, and this can deter governance-conscious investors. How should they approach such stocks?
The path to foreign control of domestic Chinese fund businesses isn't smooth, as those now applying for majority share licences are finding out. The US trade war isn't helping either.
Down about 9% against the dollar since April but trading between Rmb6.80 and Rmb6.90 over the past two months, what next for the renminbi? We asked six experts for their views.
Emboldened by the success of its recent partial inclusion of Chinese A-shares in its closely tracked indices, MSCI is consulting investors on whether to increase those weightings.
UK asset managers are not seizing the opportunities in the world's fastest-growing funds market, frustrating those who have pushed for China to open its doors.
By raising ESG reporting standards and developing more green investment products, the city regulator hopes to minimise "greenwashing" and lift investor interest in the sector.
And asset owners are right to be worried about the impact of certain events on portfolios, according to research from State Street Global Investors.
The asset management arm of China’s second-largest life insurer is focusing more on model-based investment for listed equities, as interest in such strategies looks to be growing.
A decade after the collapse of Lehman Brothers triggered a global financial crisis, we asked asset owners and advisers how they see financial markets now.
The end of the first great cryptocurrency boom is a good time to assess the operational due diligence of the first wave of Asian cryptocurrency funds, say industry experts.
We asked two investment specialists and one custody services expert what the outlook for the upcoming Shanghai-London scheme is, given the uncertainty surrounding Brexit.