The regulation, which is now in the final implementation phases, will likely give institutional investors and asset managers a hard time as initial margin calculation is highly technical.
Pandemic-fuelled turbulence and policy risk concerns will have little impact on the long-term investment value of the China stock market, making it attractive to international investors.
Huge cuts in emissions from real estate assets will be essential to reach net zero carbon by 2050. Columbia Threadneedle Investments’ carbon neutral real estate approach has been established for over a decade and offers major benefits for all stakeholders.
Massive structural changes are underway in Asia. Which industries will stay ahead of the game after the pandemic and how can investors maximise the compelling opportunities?
Demand for bank loans is growing as investors look for hedges against inflation and rising interest rates. The asset’s steady performance in the last two decades also helps to increase its appeal.
The surge in cyber threats and cloud computing amid the influence of digitalisation across all sectors and markets has created an array of new investment opportunities, said speakers from First Trust Global Portfolios and the Consumer Technology Association at a webinar hosted by AsianInvestor and Nasdaq.
Asian equity investors need a well-tested process to identify those businesses embracing sustainability while also positioning for growth from the region’s emerging, long-term structural shifts, says Schroders’ Stephen Kam. In this Beyond Profit series, Schroders explores “sustainability” in various aspects.
Reits are set to gain from changes brought about by the pandemic, while the yield, diversity and ESG benefits of the asset class are becoming more apparent to Asian insurers.
Inflation fears spooked investors earlier this year and continue to weigh on their minds as resurgent economic activity pushes up prices, yet evidence suggests the inflation pick-up is transitory.
Non-deliverable forwards are now at the forefront of mind for investors in the region after the pandemic, despite some regulatory concerns.
Thanks to the current rise in yields, the key return driver of the bond market is set to change but its bull run will very likely continue.
As ESG is becoming the new pillar of asset allocation, major institutional investors in the region share insights on how to incorporate ESG in investments in a webinar organised by Natixis Investment Managers in partnership with AsianInvestor.
The Thai fund house is planning to scale up its technology capabilities to lift investment returns and better engage clients, while technology funds are among the key focuses of its investment products.
The healthcare industry in China is propelled by significant reforms and presents exciting investment opportunities. However, the returns it delivers are volatile. How should investors navigate this market?
The smart cities megatrend is just beginning to transform our lives in every way. How can investors capture this investment opportunity in today’s more volatile market environment?
EM corporate debt offers positive real yields while Japan stocks are increasingly attractive as a proxy for global growth. Moreover, Asia is set to benefit from the global upturn in the next phase of the cycle.
Local knowledge in the region’s diverse real estate markets will enable investors to pivot between defensive and offensive strategies to tap opportunities despite uncertainty, says Andrew Moore, head of real estate, Asia Pacific, Schroders Capital.
To get the clarity they want to make informed portfolio decisions, asset owners and managers must now blend and adapt multiple sources of traditional and non-traditional data to create actionable insights, said speakers at a webinar hosted by AsianInvestor and IHS Markit.
What can asset managers and other stakeholders in the country do to further drive sustainable investing, particularly among smaller asset owners, in the country?
Asian fixed income assets – including Hong Kong dollar (HKD) bonds – are luring growing numbers of global investors who are striving for reliable and consistent returns amid macro uncertainty compounded by rising inflation and rates, according to HSBC Asset Management.