The Swiss fund house is bringing in senior executives from rival TCW to fill two roles, rebuilding its client coverage after the recent departures of Amy Cho and Carmen Lai.
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In a new Quarterly Sentiment Indicator of asset owners, AsianInvestor gathered the views of 36 insurers about their investment outlook and strategy for the coming months.
Warehousing and supply chain assets in Asia are squarely on institutional investors' radar. But they pose their own risks, so must fulfil certain criteria to attract capital.
Asset owners and investment managers are allocating more to fixed income exchange-traded funds despite many citing worries about such products' underlying liquidity.
Asia’s booming logistics sector is attracting asset owners to invest in warehousing and storage facilities, both in established markets and emerging Asia.
Future Fund adds another deputy CIO; Sunsuper names strategy head; Taikang Life hires property specialist; Ostrum sets up Asia team; Amelie Remond exits Aberdeen; JLL and CBRE ring senior changes; and more.
Asset owners across the world are pouring more money into exchange-traded funds. Asset owners in Greater China aim to do more as well, according to Brown Brothers Harriman.
AsianInvestor reveals its fourth set of annual asset management awards, this time recognising the marquee award winners for regional excellence.
The French insurer's Singapore chief investment officer is wary of private market valuations and a peaking credit cycle as he looks to build exposure to alternatives.
The C$159 billion fund has set up an office in Hong Kong and hired a senior private equity specialist there, joining several of its peers in moving to build exposure to the region.
AsianInvestor reveals the winners of its third batch of annual asset management awards, this time looking at the top asset service providers.
The C$192 billion Canadian pension plan takes a hands-on approach with a relatively small number of general partners in the region, as two of its senior executives explain.
The ongoing trade dispute between two of the world’s largest nations is a significant force influencing market movements. State Street Global Advisors’ Kheng-Siang Ng believes a successful resolution could unleash pent-up demand.
The Canadian pension fund is likely to locate its next Asian branch in the south of the region alongside plans to put its first real asset capabilities on the ground.
On the second day of our annual awards, AsianInvestor reveals the standout onshore fund managers based in each major market across the region.
New Zealand's NZ Super begins backlash against social media companies; First State Super and VicSuper could create pension giant; Japan's Chikyoren hires two for overseas alts mandate; Korea's KTCU to launch a huge blind fund.
CIC rings changes at top; BlackRock to name new Asia insto chief; Fidelity HK intermediaries head exits; AIA Australia names innovation head; Coface shuffles country heads; MSIG replaces Singapore CEO; PAG hires India PE head; Alex Boggis resurfaces; and more.
AsianInvestor is announcing its annual Asset Management Award winners. To begin, we reveal the asset class award winners – the top funds across 14 categories.
Despite economic anxiety, it’s possible to identify pockets of outperformance, said Jupiter Asset Management’s multi-asset head.