IN THIS MONTH'S EDITION
- Li Keping talks CIC’s first 10 years and ambitious plans for China’s SWF
- Getting a slice of China’s Belt and Road Initiative takes partnership and patience
- Collateralised loan obligations are still attracting Asian investors—despite risks
- GPIF is at the vanguard of change—why aren’t Japan’s private pensions following?
- Private equity specialist Alicia Gregory on finding alpha for MLC
- Merger-mania shows no sign of slowing as asset managers seek to grow scale
- CMB Private Bank’s Wang Jin on serving Chinese customers’ global aspirations
- David Neal of Australia’s Future Fund on adding flexibility to its portfolio
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The world's biggest fund house is making changes to its management and sales setup in Taiwan after a sharp fall in its assets under management there since end-2017.
Aberdeen Standards adds Japan property head; Munich Re names new Greater China CEO; Investec shuts HK wealth business; HSBC non-committal on potential Asia layoffs; JLL replaces Singapore capital markets head; HSBC PB poaches from Credit Suisse, and more.
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The aspirations of Hong Kong to become a viable private equity fund domicile face competition from Singapore, which is already more advanced in its plans.
Hong Kong's incoming solvency rules for insurers will have a big impact on their fixed income portfolios just as they will on their higher-risk asset holdings, warn industry experts.
The fund house is seeking a replacement for Gregory Suen. Research firm Morningstar suggests the firm's Asia bond strategy could benefit from being less conservative.
Another long-standing staffer has left the Hong Kong-based fund house after a series of senior departures and reshuffles, and is understood to be joining a rival.
Experienced family office investors feel technology valuations are over-inflated in some areas, so are being increasingly selective about what they invest in, and where.
The Chinese currency's breaching of a key level against the dollar has sparked market turmoil and will be posing some tough questions for asset owners.