AsianInvestor presents a set of financial and economic predictions for the Year of the Pig. Today, we explain why a sustained US-China trade armistice won't happen any time soon.
AsianInvestor offers a set of predictions about the financial and economic markets for the coming year. Here we consider the potential impact of Britain's imminent exit from Europe.
Industry advisers believe select hedge fund strategies will enjoy some demand from asset owners seeking to navigate unpredictable markets this year.
AsianInvestor offers our set of Year of the Pig financial and economic predictions. We begin by assessing whether the US economy will plunge into a recession.
The daily newsletter will not appear from February 5 to 7, which are public holidays in Hong Kong. We will resume again from February 8.
Schroders WM acquires wealth business of Thirdrock; Barings appoints Asia equities chief; Columbia Threadneedle appoints new Apac chief, NTUC Income to get new CEO; NZ Super names domestic equities head, and more.
AsianInvestor looks back on our financial and economic predictions for the Year of the Dog. In a turbulent year for asset classes, commodities struggled to outperform.
The new reporting standard is set to accelerate insurance firms’ shift into fewer and bigger separate accounts, say some, and that could make life harder for captive fund businesses.
AsianInvestor's latest Year of the Dog outlook reflection reviews how the Bank of Japan likely missed last year's inflation target by even more than originally assumed.
AsianInvestor looks back on our Year of the Dog financial market predictions. How did European and UK equities perform?
The recently set up C$62 billion public-sector fund manager plans to double its investment team, insource most assets and do more direct deals, says CIO Jean Michel.
The complex challenges that insurance companies face in managing their assets are seen hindering them from using outsourced chief investment officers.
BlackRock cuts to hurt Asia less; Malaysia's PNB names new CIO; Merian appoints HK sales head, global CEO; Sanne opens Tokyo branch; AllianzGI replaces Asia general counsel; and more.
Some insurance firms are shifting money from pooled funds into separate accounts to dampen the higher profit-and-loss volatility expected to result from a new reporting standard.
Fullerton creates PE team, replaces sales chief; SoftBank adds head of real assets; HK SFC tipped to ramp up enforcement action; Vanguard moves insto head; Manulife AM poaches from Mercer; UBS WM names Asia co-heads; BNP Paribas WM appoints China co-heads.
Despite the recent global sell-off in company shares, markets are still not pricing in a possible explosion of volatility as US rates approach a key inflexion point, say some market experts.
For the Australian superannuation fund, venture capital investment is about more than just returns; it can also help in spotting risks and opportunities elsewhere in the portfolio.
Today will be the last newsletter until the new year; publication will resume on January 3.
The British terrorism-risk reinsurer’s CIO explains why his firm has mulled entering private markets and using multi-factor equity strategies but has not done either yet.
Implementing best practices for liquidity management is proving challenging for some asset managers, as concerns mount about the potential for a squeeze in fixed income markets.