We begin our set of Chinese New Year predictions with a look at the coming US presidential election.
It may be too soon to assess the likely effect of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, but investors are taking risk off the table in the short term while they hope for a swift recovery.
For our final Year of the Pig reflection, AsianInvestor looks back at our prediction about the top-performing mainstream and private asset classes for 2019.
The French fund house is expanding institutional client coverage, says its Asia head, citing business growth in segments such as insurance and superannuation funds.
AsianInvestor looks to its penultimate Year of the Pig prediction, in which we asked whether there would be some form of climbdown in the US-China trade war.
Asset owners in the region have begun to take climate change more seriously and weigh how to adapt their portfolios, say regional investment experts.
AsianInvestor looks back on our Year of the Pig predictions. In our latest reflection, we consider our view from last year on whether China would ease inbound investing.
Pimco names new head of client management for Asia Pacific; Sun Life appoints general manager for financial affairs in Hong Kong; Standard Chartered Private Bank poaches senior client partner from UBS; JLL appoints head of capital markets and hires a chief information officer for Australia; Noah International adds chief business development officer and more.
AsianInvestor's seventh Year of the Pig reflections considers how accurate our prediction was on whether bonds would outperform stocks across the year.
AsianInvestor's sixth Year of the Pig entry weighed how much the planned departure of the UK would affect regional or global financial markets. Read more to find out if we were right.
For this Year of the Pig lookback, AsianInvestor considers how our view of asset owners' rising engagement with ESG fared.
AsianInvestor's next Year of the Pig reflection considers how ambitious institutional investors were when it came to their investment return expectations for the year.
Our third lookback at our Year of the Pig predictions focused on an area of increasing importance to asset owners around the world – their growing exposure to alternative assets.
The French asset manager has appointed a new head of its China business, as competition in the country's asset management industry continues to heat up.
For this Year of the Pig reflection, we look back at our forecast of whether China's ETF Connect was likely to open during 2019.
As Chinese New Year nears, we look back on the predictions we made for the Year of the Pig. First of all, we look back to our prediction on US economic growth.
Despite recent record inflows into US municipal bonds, a lack of familiarity and heavy due diligence efforts have held back Asian investors’ interests in the asset class.
The S&P 500 has stubbornly defied the odds – and the naysayers – to repeatedly post record highs. No bull market continues forever, but this one has outlasted most expectations.
Stepping into 2020, AsianInvestor asks six private equity experts which sectors or geographies investors should look out for, and which ones asset owners should avoid.
Private debt has been one of the alternative asset classes to gain demand from asset owners, especially insurers looking for more yield. Will this interest continue to rise in 2020?