Industry veteran Mark Speciale is leaving the French fund house to return to the US after 22 years in Asia.
Singapore or Hong Kong may appeal to private equity managers for fund domiciling, as other offshore jurisdictions bring in stricter economic substance rules, thus reducing their attraction.
The firm has placed management of Asia fixed income under its emerging market debt team in London, soon after closing three global bond funds and reorganising its EM equity setup.
The large and fast-growing US fund house has poached an executive from Pimco to replace Carlo Venes after his promotion and relocation to head office.
The new executive joins two other recent senior sales joiners after a leadership shakeup at Prudential’s Asian fund management arm.
In the next part of our award summaries, we reveal the reasons for choosing the top fund houses for the second set of Asia Pacific's main regional markets.
The Singaporean fund remains the world's standout SWF tech investor due to the number and breadth of its deals, which cut across software, biotech and fintech, a new report shows.
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.
Leading insurance executives from across Asia gathered at AsianInvestor's events in Hong Kong and Singapore earlier this month to share their views on the investment landscape.
UK insurer Prudential’s Asian funds business has shrunk headcount as part of a business review, citing a challenging environment. The layoffs include four investment professionals.
Leading lights from the world of insurance gathered for AsianInvestor's 6th annual conference in Hong Kong and its inaugural event in Singapore.
Singapore's reserve-rich central bank could be looking to tweak its IG bond-heavy approach to investing to help supplement the city-state's financial status and make diversification gains.
With Chinese investors stepping back, Japanese, Korean and even Southeast Asian and Australian investors look set to step up their overseas real estate investments.
Derivatives can help insurers manage credit and currency risks but more awareness and expertise is needed, delegates heard at our Insurance Investment Forum in Singapore.
Asia Capital Re and IndiaFirst Life Insurance also join in to discuss their biggest challenges, despite the growing demand for external specialist expertise.
Two chief investment officers have left the Swiss insurer – one who ran its Hong Kong and Singapore portfolios and the other who oversaw the UK life assets.
On International Women's Day, a UBS survey reveals that most Asian women allow their male partners to control their finances. Asian asset owners and managers also lag on gender diversity.
Outsourced chief investment officer arrangements are gradually gaining ground in Asia, from a low base. Investment consultants and some fund houses are keen to promote the structure.
The city-state's newest life insurer is looking to appoint more third-party fund managers this year as it grows its assets and expands across borders, its CEO tells AsianInvestor.
The Swiss insurer's Hong Kong and Singapore businesses are looking to buy illiquid alternatives for the first time, despite the relatively meagre returns on offer.