The French asset manager has appointed a new head of its China business, as competition in the country's asset management industry continues to heat up.
The Canadian pension fund’s head of Asia remains confident that Hong Kong has the edge in providing regional accessibility as it sets out to accelerate its investments in the region.
For this Year of the Pig reflection, we look back at our forecast of whether China's ETF Connect was likely to open during 2019.
China’s former central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan has spoken in favour of letting pension funds invest overseas, a sign senior officials are considering such a move.
But they seem as focused on growing their wealth as preserving it and are hungry for private equity, according to the new China family office report from UBS and Campden Wealth.
China’s trading relationship with the US still hangs on a knife edge. It’s safe to assume Trump will employ tactics that increase his chances of being reelected president. If that means escalation, expect stock markets losses in Asia.
Several so-called private equity funds in China really conduct risky lending or investing and pose potentially serious investment risks for asset owners, say market experts.
Having taken up bigger weightings in global indices, A-shares have been positioned as a mainstream asset class for asset owners. We asked experts what to look out for in 2020.
The head of the fund house's China/Hong Kong equity desk and the lead Hong Kong equity fund manager have left, with potential implications for clients' investments.
Market euphoria ahead of the US-China trade deal signing in January is misplaced, say analysts and fund managers. They believe asset owners should remain cautious.
The world’s largest gaming city will launch a public consultation on its quasi sovereign wealth fund from mid-2020, with its economy expected to continue shrinking.
MSCI continues to monitor China’s ongoing market reforms as well as what investors are looking for in terms of international best practice.
Some global asset managers in the city are reluctant to hire local fresh graduates at a time when expats are thinking about relocation thanks to the social unrest.
AsianInvestor reveals the reasons for the winners of this year's Institutional Excellence award winners. First up is Future Fund for Australia/New Zealand, and CPIC for China.
Aberdeen Standard's equity investing process in Asia is changing as it ups its China exposure and the team sees high turnover, raising questions for allocators, Morningstar says.
Following China's recent issuance of dollar and euro government bonds, AsianInvestor asks investors if mainland debt can become an alternative to US Treasuries.
China would continue to draw strong foreign inflows despite a prolonged spat with the US, delegates at AsianInvestor’s Southeast Asian Institutional Investment Forum heard.
The Dutch pension fund giant provided exclusive detail to AsianInvestor about its plans and expectations for the new portfolio, to be run with the help of local partner E Fund.
If the state pension fund is empowered to push for better ESG standards by local companies, it could help turbo-fuel China's apparent ambitions as an environmentally conscious nation.
It is one of several new rules outlined in a consultation paper that expands the scope of these products to high-net-worth individuals and could increase competition among private funds.