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The data and analytics specialist is joining asset management consultancy Shoreline to expand the team in Singapore advising on investment operating models.
Korea Post names two new CIOs; M&G Real Estate replaces Asia CEO and CIO; Cbus names a people and culture executive; KKR MD Terence Lee quits; MetLife hires HK-based institutional and insurance head; HSBC makes trio of CIO appointments; CBRE account director transfers from HK; SC Lowy adds trader in London; and more.
Pimco names new Apac head; Hines expanding Japan and Korea teams; T. Rowe Price appoints wholesale and family office head; Odey's Brook AM lures another Newton exec for new EM fund; Complyport HK sees ownership change, renamed S2 Compliance; Rob Lance joins portfolio software startup to run Asia sales; Tokyo Stock Exchange names president.
BNY Mellon’s new report looks at key drivers shaping the investment industry that buy-side leaders should not miss.
The Construction Worker Mutual Aid Association and DGB Life are among the Korean asset owners that intend to further increase their alternative investments.
AsianInvestor is requesting submissions for its latest Asset Service and Asset Management awards, which will incorporate a panel of industry judges. Read on to learn more.
Investors in Asia Pacific will likely see the low interest rate environment as an opportunity to add risk assets in the hope that the economic recovery is on the immediate horizon, but the case for owning gold in portfolios remains strong, according to Jaspar Crawley, Head of Distribution, APAC, at The World Gold Council.
In today’s fast-paced trading environment, there is growing demand for unique data streams to help guide investment decisions. In a recent webinar, AsianInvestor spoke to experts in the field of alternative data to gain a more in-depth understanding of the latest available options, from geotagging to sentiment analysis through natural language processing, and other unique sources of alpha.
Asset owners and managers are being drawn to private credit investments in China and India, but also other areas. However, Asia presents unique risk challenges too.
There is growing investor interest in managing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors inherent in securities lending – especially concerning voting rights – finds a consultation conducted by AsianInvestor and the Pan Asia Securities Lending Association (PASLA).