China’s smaller companies are conducting structural changes through innovation.
As volatility returns sparked by the ongoing US-China trade dispute, investors require a compass to measure risks of Chinese companies listed on Hong Kong’s stock market.
The challenges facing China’s economy were plain to see in 2018. But the nation’s ongoing commitment to sustainable growth means the Hang Seng China New Economy Index is one avenue investors can use to find higher returns.
Singapore’s new corporate structure, the Variable Capital Company is helping to deliver on industry demands for a local product that is both suitable for all types of investment funds and which is also competitive on the international stage.
The largest REITs manager in the US, Cohen & Steers is focused increasingly on Asia as it taps into the region’s growing private wealth sector. In recognition of its global focus and consistently outstanding results, this dynamic company also recently won AsianInvestor’s 2019 Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) award.
MSCI strives to power better investment decisions enabling the investment community to increase their exposure to Chinese equities by giving them more access to A shares.
Asia’s tech-savvy financial experts are world leaders in adopting fintech solutions but for superior investment advice, clients are looking for human intelligence, coupled with machine learning.
Rapid developments in genetic sequencing by the world’s top researchers has the potential to create healthier lives and revolutionise medical treatment. Investing in sustainable technology is central to Hermes Impact Opportunities Fund’s investment strategy.
The number of “millionaires next door” is growing exponentially in Asia-Pacific and they are turning to technology as they seek better returns from their investable assets.
In fixed income markets, where a hike of a few basis points in interest rates could negate a year’s worth of income, risk-free assets are no longer the norm. Putting theory into practice to uncover opportunities means paying attention to detail.
In the search for yield and improved portfolio performance, Asia’s fixed income investors are increasingly turning their attention to securitised investments. Aegon Asset Management’s Doug Weih explains why he believes this sector is under-appreciated.
Trailblazing asset owners are aiding cautious investors by adopting environmental, social and governance measures, as a special report researched by AsianInvestor reveals.
Information sharing, analysis and on the ground knowledge all contributes to positive emerging market investment strategies, according to Yerlan Syzdykov, global head of emerging markets at Amundi.
Today’s US housing market is built on a solid foundation of steady and healthy growth, according to Walton Global Investments. The real estate investment and development group predicts ongoing demand for this sector means it’s far from heading towards a housing bubble.
Given the current market turbulence, S&P Dow Jones Indices’ Priscilla Luk explains why the time’s right to use indexation and multi-asset solutions for better diversification.
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.
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.
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.