Asia Pacific records the fastest growth in high-net-worth population to overtake the US and is tipped to take top spot for overall wealth this year, finds new research.
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Fund managers will seek help from administrators to reduce costs in 2010, as slow fund growth continues, predicts Alastair Murray, HSBCÆs Asia-Pacific head of fund services.
Teresa Parker talks about expanding the US firm's transition management and risk reporting services in the region.
Teresa Parker will take the helm of Northern TrustÆs Asia-Pacific business from Gregg Behrens.
Japan, China and Australia are the region's top three markets in terms of fund size, according to Lipper.
RBC Dexia will provide administrative and nominee services to several of ING Investment Management Asia-Pacific's offshore funds.
The appointments are in line with the companyÆs efforts to strengthen its presence in the region.
Due for launch next month, the new index will be used as the basis for creating index-linked financial products.
Many Asian mass affluent investors polled by ING prefer investing in local shares; respondents have a low regard for bonds and fixed-income instruments at the moment.
A maiden ING Asia-Pacific survey tracks investor sentiment across 13 markets in the region.