State Street Global Advisors' Asia Pacific head of fixed income, Kheng-Siang Ng explains why index approaches are gaining popularity among investors.
Ongoing China-US tariffs and trade relations are tending to overshadow attractive, long-term alpha opportunities in China’s onshore A-share market, according to PineBridge Investments.
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.
Despite current challenges, PineBridge Investments’ portfolio manager for global multi-assets Sunny Ng, explains economic fundamentals indicate the outlook for global markets remains constructive.
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.
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.
The 2018 AsianInvestor Liquidity Survey across Asia-Pacific has revealed an ever-sharper focus by hedge funds on optimising returns and keeping operational processes as clean and efficient as possible, explains Lauren Oakes of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Training, transparency, reliability and good stewardship can help build investors’ respect, and potentially boost the bottom line.
Investors are turning to pooled vehicles and co-investments, as they seek to anticipate a rotation of assets into fixed incomes, a new survey by AsianInvestor and QIC shows.
Investors funnel more money into infrastructure as the supply of available assets tightens, finds an AsianInvestor/QIC survey
Cecilia Chan, fixed income CIO for HSBC Global Asset Management in Asia-Pacific, is preparing for a more volatile landscape in 2018, seeking to add alpha from the opportunity to manage portfolios more actively again.
For investors, this asset class offers the prospect of higher yields and exposure to the region's favourable growth characteristics, according to Matthew Arnold of State Street Global Advisors.
With the return of market volatility and the prospect of rising inflation, investors are actively seeking ways to protect their portfolios.
The global political stage will remain firmly in the spotlight this year. It’s not just the Trump administration dominating the news flow: emerging markets face a raft of tight and unpredictable elections in the next 12 months.