The top 15 active houses worldwide attracted over half of industry inflows last year, proving size matters. Their growth was driven by income funds, equity, multi-asset and alternatives.
Tag : 2013
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Compliance with regulations has put cost pressures on banks, creating internal instability and making them fertile hunting ground for recruiters in 2013. Standalone fund firms have benefited.
We examine what Asia can learn from Australia's self-managed super funds, reveal the top 100 fund houses by Asia-Pac assets, hear about KFCC's global plans and explore the intensifying battle to become an offshore RMB hub.
Last night AsianInvestor announced the winners of its marquee Service Provider Awards for 2013, including the top awards in asset services, prime broking, legal services and equities trading.
Today we conclude our Service Provider Awards for 2013 by announcing the winners for Asian equity trading and execution.
We announce the winners in asset services. Over the next few days we will recognise the best in prime broking, indexing services, legal and accounting practices, and trading and execution.
We explore the sustainability of multi-asset funds, unveil the intentions of Asia's top asset owners, examine the emerging markets exodus and hear of the challenge bank distributors face as they enter China.
We list the 25 most influential in Asian private equity, examine a measured revolution among Chinese insurers, study managers' collateral concerns and report on ETFs and indices.
AsianInvestor will recognise the best in asset services, prime broking, legal and auditing, indexing, and trading and execution. Here’s everything you need to know.
AsianInvestor invited industry executives in our annual survey to question our partner, Clifford Chance. Here is a selection on fundraising, domiciling and non-bank financial institutions.
City can take heart from our annual survey, with Hong Kong also top in terms of where products for sale in Asia will be domiciled. But Ucits is seen as having a branding problem.