Aberdeen Standard Investments' head of Asia Pacific on how crises and consolidation have affected the investment industry and why his firm first chose Singapore as its regional base.
The UK asset manager’s Asia chief reflects on the merger of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life and on fund industry consolidation in general.
With talk of consolidation swirling around several big fund houses, AsianInvestor quizzes Aberdeen Standard’s Hugh Young and Mark Browning of Franklin Templeton about the trend.
But other investors have been busy striking deals in Japan's residential sector, which is seen as likely to hold up better than other Asian real estate markets amid the pandemic.
The British asset manager has internally re-assigned the duties of Kang Puay-Ju and David Lam following their departures.
With spreads on Asian junk bonds having widened sharply, are they a good bet, despite widespread concern over expected corporate defaults in the coming months?
Companies worldwide are suspending shareholder payouts amid the Covid-19 outbreak. How worried should institutional investors be about the situation in Asia?
In AsianInvestor's fourth market view on the Coronavirus outbreak, five experts share their takes on the impact of the disease's global spread on emerging markets.
The big Chinese insurer is about to fund its first global multi-asset portfolio, as chief investment officer Ben Deng continues a strategy revamp and eyes more foreign exposure.
Aberdeen Standard's equity investing process in Asia is changing as it ups its China exposure and the team sees high turnover, raising questions for allocators, Morningstar says.
The UK-based fund manager and Japanese trust bank have partnered on a joint-venture that aims to buy and improve multi-family buildings, a relatively novel approach in Japan.
The embattled asset manager's Asia head of insurance coverage is moving on after other senior changes at the recently merged group.