Fidelity hires Julius Baer funds specialist; Franklin Templeton's new Asia investment solutions head; RBC names SE Asia WM chief; Bank of Singapore makes HK, Taiwan hires; NAB appoints WM CEO, and more.
Influential investors GIC and Temasek, along with other Asian asset owners, are showing increasing concern about the escalation of the US-led trade conflict.
The new appointment to the UK fund house's financial institutions group will focus on the $7 trillion Asia-Pacific insurance segment.
We unveil our latest annual survey of the region's largest institutional investors. Read on to learn which asset owners were largest, and which countries saw the most growth in entities.
Digital distribution platforms could offer alternatives to fund passporting in Asia, but they may struggle in the face of regulatory scrutiny, say some experts.
Asian funds passporting schemes have struggled to attract interest from fund managers for a variety of reasons, ranging from taxation to fund distribution challenges.
While Asia’s businesses are rapidly adopting ESG principles, the asset manager believes there needs to be an increasing focus on audits.
Asset owners offered clarity about their alternative investment preferences at our 13th Asia Investment Summit.
With uninvested capital levels hitting all-time highs and valuations rising, private equity investors may be able to find better value among small-to-mid-cap emerging market funds.
As rising interest rates take some of the shine off the bond market, FinEX Asia suggests investors explore consumer finance for stable returns.
Sovereign wealth and state pension fund allocations to alternatives have doubled since 2013, but crowded markets will make it harder to hit return targets, Invesco's industry report shows.
State Street Global Advisors' Asia Pacific head of fixed income, Kheng-Siang Ng, shares insights about the bond market with AsianInvestor.
First State's Asia MD leaves; Aviva Investors hires Asia insto head; Investec AM's Asia adviser head leaving; AB building China team; Schroders hires China bond manager and more.
Lower levels of unused capital and higher distributions mean private equity funds in emerging markets could continue to outperform developed market peers. Challenges remain though.
Last month we broke news on key moves from across the region, revealed a big US pension fund's plan for Asia and took a close look at regulatory affairs in Hong Kong.
Across the world, financial services organisations are facing an array of cyberattacks. Fund houses are not immune, and need to be prepared, argues Jeremy Pizzala of EY.
Esther Ong discusses the challenges of investing in various asset classes and the market opportunities available for Malaysian investors.
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.
UK-based Old Mutual Global Investors' managing director for the region will be moving on following other recent departures, AsianInvestor can reveal.
The Thai pension fund's head of private markets believes high valuations across unlisted markets poses challenges for investors seeking superior returns from alternative assets.