China A-shares' continued strong performance has spurred some investors to consider a more active investment approach while others are more circumspect.
AIA’s Group CIO Mark Konyn believes some investors haven't sufficiently considered the governance trade-offs of private assets, or their illiquidity in tougher times.
Japan’s GPIF recently began paying active managers based on excess returns and cut the fees of underperformers. We asked four experts whether other asset owners will follow suit.
With China's equity markets now harder to ingore than ever before, foreign investors are having to grapple with how to access them.