One of the world’s largest asset managers, Franklin Templeton Investments is actively building its data science and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to enhance its investment processes.
Despite US-China tariffs, Schroders’ Jack Lee urges Asian investors to look at equity strategies more holistically as he outlines his reasons to AsianInvestor.
Society’s addiction to plastics is pushing the environment to the limit, but as Hermes’ Emma Berntman explains, behind the demonisation of plastic lies the need for a paradigm shift in the way we produce and consume goods – one which we can participate in as investors and consumers.
2018 has so far been a challenging period for local and US dollar-denominated Asian debt markets. However, as State Street Global Advisors' Kheng-Siang Ng explains, hard and local currency bond markets continue to present a varied and differentiated opportunity set to investors.
The lure of property-related assets for Asia’s investors and their desire for diversification gives Walton International Group’s Gary Tom reason to believe land planning and development is ready to take off.
Despite current challenges, PineBridge Investments’ portfolio manager for global multi-assets Sunny Ng, explains economic fundamentals indicate the outlook for global markets remains constructive.
AXA Investment Managers’ multi-premia approach aims to generate alpha by taking advantage of price anomalies.
Asian bond market investors face challenging times, but interest rates, credit selection, and local currencies create opportunities for alpha, according to Manulife Asset Management.
To capitalise on the appeal of US real estate in promising parts of the country, Barry Dluzen of Walton Global Holdings explains the due diligence roadmap for asset owners to follow.
Asian debt continues to hold up well despite global headwinds and the EM debt outlook remains positive. State Street Global Advisors’ Asia Pacific head of fixed income, Kheng-Siang Ng explains why.
The US economy’s uptick means the time’s right for global investors to add North American real estate to their portfolio allocations, as Walton Global Investments’ John Plastiras explains to AsianInvestor.
MSCI’s inclusion of China A large cap shares in its emerging markets (EM) index presents exciting new investment opportunities. Gary O’Brien, head of custody product at BNP Paribas Securities Services, Asia Pacific, breaks down how they can be captured.
While Asia’s businesses are rapidly adopting ESG principles, the asset manager believes there needs to be an increasing focus on audits.
As rising interest rates take some of the shine off the bond market, FinEX Asia suggests investors explore consumer finance for stable returns.
State Street Global Advisors' Asia Pacific head of fixed income, Kheng-Siang Ng, shares insights about the bond market with AsianInvestor.
Kames Capital’s diversified income strategy aims to deliver regular income of 5% p.a., and a total return of 7-8%, by blending a range of assets and alternatives.
Yields and improving fundamentals indicate the Asian local currency bond market is well placed in 2018 according to State Street Global Advisors.
Gradual appreciation of the renminbi should help boost returns, investment experts outline.
Amundi is launching the world’s largest emerging markets green bond fund with IFC. Here's what it could achieve.
The fund’s AUM has reached $1 billion and offers the features and characteristics of both stocks and bonds.