Generative artificial intelligence holds high potential for the asset management industry, and recruiting the right people and honing in on the right products will be key for asset owners and their service providers.
Despite Asia-Pacific family offices continuing to pursue new technologies, like artificial intelligence and blockchain, the vast majority that were surveyed still favour tried and true real estate strategies for future growth amid dynamic market conditions.
Two single family offices in Hong Kong are balancing their allocation to real estate and tech investing to ensure stable income while capitalising on long-term mega trends.
Singapore-based Xin Family, a single family office, explains its approach to investing in frontier technologies and how it manages its portfolio risk.
A year on from the advent of a technology that proliferated faster than anything that has come before, institutional investors have been quick to explore portfolio optimisation opportunities.
China Life Overseas and Manulife Asia will stick to pivoting portfolios towards fixed income assets into 2024 in preparation for a high-rate environment and evolving insurance rules.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC is doubling down on investing in certain sectors in China although it is becoming harder to have a top-down approach, Chief Executive Officer Lim Chow Kiat said at an event.
Tech stocks have captured investor imagination with the enormous focus on artificial intelligence recently. AsianInvestor asks fund managers whether the hype will continue, and what to expect next.
Non-US investors could potentially gain from the Biden administration's recent ban on investments in Chinese tech companies, as they replace US funding and propel domestic tech development.
The emergence of ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence bots has significant implications for the future of investing. But not everyone is worried.
While investors in Asia and Europe are looking at applying AI to fill the gaps in ESG reporting, human oversight will always be necessary.
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Unsupervised machine learning solutions can offer a way forward for fixed income pre-trade analysis, says Roger Barber, director, product development, quantitative research S&P Global Trading Analytics.