AsianInvestor hosted the 4th Art of Asset Management Forum on May 19 at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Hong Kong. Here we present a gallery of photos.
Despite the proliferation of foreign fund houses and rising domestic demand for diversification, competition and fuzzy regulation are seen to be holding back industry growth in China.
Kelvin Yip tells a forum Asia is ready to pay for advice but managers are too focused on fund features over performance. Panelists question the multi-asset craze and call on Hong Kong to step up investor education.
Asian alternatives managers are looking at different ways of fundraising in Europe in light of continuing uncertainties under the incoming Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive.
Tapping the mainland market is as tough as ever for foreign asset managers, particularly given the current environment, say industry experts.
The region’s three proposed passport schemes, particularly HK-China, will likely render Ucits irrelevant in some markets, AsianInvestor’s Art of Asset Management forum hears.
AsianInvestor hosted the industry at its Art of Asset Management conference at the Renaissance Harbour View Hotel in Hong Kong. Here we present a gallery of photos.
Both foreign and mainland fund houses see the old onshore joint-venture model as obsolete, AsianInvestor’s Art of Asset Management conference hears.