The Dutch pension giant is looking to invest more in the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and India, with a particular focus on infrastructure, renewable energy and natural resources.
In the second part of our top fund managers by market explanations, we reveal why we chose half of this year's fund manager by market winners.
We describe why each of this year's top fund managers by Asia market stood out from their peers.
The ongoing trade war between the US and China shows no signs of abating. While it's hurting many nations, some could benefit. Six experts say where the opportunities lie.
South and Southeast Asia's infrastructure needs have prompted the central bank to act as a conduit for investment, partly by overseeing the creation of new investment vehicles.
South and Southeast Asia have been an oasis of calm amid global uncertainty, but can the region maintain this level of calm? Five fund managers offer their views.
Japan plans a sovereign wealth fund; Malaysia’s head of EPF shifts to Khazanah; Korea’s NPA signs stewardship code; Korea Post Insurance offers multi-asset tactical mandate; Philippines and Vietnam face need for more pension payments, and more.
Our new Asset Owner Insights report for Southeast Asia offers data and analysis on the leading institutional investors across the region.
The country is making progress on opening up for investment, but it's unlikely to win MSCI emerging-market status this year, says Kevin Snowball of PXP Vietnam Asset Management.
The Vietnamese asset manager expects to see trading of shares in the $850 million fund on the London Stock Exchange as early as July.
India and Vietnam look particularly good value, while Hong Kong is now the cheapest major stock market in the world after Russia, says William Ma of wealth manager Noah Holdings.
The country's labour and finance ministries are fighting over control of the introduction of corporate pension funds.
Vietnamese companies are slow to allow foreign investors greater share allocations, even as the country’s prospects brighten.
Rothschild hires new HK chief; HSBC GAM names sales, distribution heads; TPG recruits Mumbai MD; Standard Life hires investment directors; Capital Group elects new chairman; and BNP names Vietnam head.
Shenzhen connect awaits cabinet approval; Vietnam foreign ownership boost; Funds not too-big-to-fail; MPFA shelves adjustment proposal; Australia update on collective action
Today we reveal the best managers for hedged strategies and private markets, alongside fund house of the year across 14 markets. Tomorrow we announce marquee award winners.
Vietnam equities are on a tear, but US asset manager Invesco still has zero allocation to the market, despite bullishness among local players.
VPBank Securities intends to create Vietnam’s first onshore private banking service, which must overcome several hurdles if it is to succeed.
VietFund Management is marketing a domestic exchange-traded fund that will not be subject to foreign-ownership limits.
The Singapore-based asset manager opened an office in Ho Chi Minh City in March with a view to developing the strategy, which will go live next month.