Assets under management were boosted by investor demand for infrastructure-related investing, AsianInvestor’s latest AI100 survey shows.
Decline in yen stalls Asia-Pacific AUM for Japanese fund houses, although a few posted some growth thanks to strong institutional inflows, AsianInvestor’s latest AI100 survey shows.
Tianhong Asset Management’s huge, Alipay-linked money market fund helped drive China's sizzling AUM increase, though regulatory pressures may stifle 2018 growth.
Aditya Birla Sun Life AM and SBI Funds Management made our latest list of the 10 fastest growing fund houses in Asia. AsianInvestor spoke to top executives at the two firms.
Demand for multi-asset strategies as well as alternatives such as real estate and hedge funds has driven up assets for fund managers in the region, AsianInvestor's latest AI100 survey shows.
Here we present AsianInvestor's list of the 100 biggest managers of Asia-Pacific assets and outline the key trends that have been shaping the market.
Japanese firms dominate the top 25 in our list of the biggest managers of money in Asia Pacific, while some of the largest Western players have posted healthy asset growth.
Axa, BNP Paribas, Deutsche AM and HSBC helped account for strong growth in the second quartile of AsianInvestor's ranking of the biggest fund houses by Asia-Pacific assets.
Today we unveil the fund houses ranked 51st to 75th by Asia-Pacific AUM in our annual survey. Nine of them were US firms, with Janus Capital posting particularly strong growth.
In the first of a series based on our annual ranking of fund houses by Asia-Pacific assets, we unveil firms 76 to 100. Chinese companies dominate and are growing fast.
The largest Asia-Pacific manager of funds intends to expand beyond its home country, Japan, via partnerships and new product launches.
AsianInvestor will assess the outcome of 10 predictions made in January 2016. In the first instalment of a three-part series, we kick off with three macroeconomic questions.