Toby Yiu and Richard Newell are honoured at the annual State Street Institutional Press Awards. Ray Chan of sister publication FinanceAsia also wins a top award.
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Exchange-traded funds will be the most popular way of allocating to Asia this year, while China's appeal is waning, finds the annual survey by AsianInvestor and Clifford Chance.
In our third and last 'thought for the day' from Mellody Hobson, president of US fund house Ariel Investments, she explains how diverse views can help deliver better results.
In our thought for the day, Mellody Hobson, diversity advocate and president of US fund house Ariel Investments, offers her thoughts on how to build diversity in an organisation.
In our thought for the day, Mellody Hobson, diversity advocate and president of US fund house Ariel Investments, explains how this phrase could help to change corporate thinking.
This month we highlight the power shift from global to local players in Asia's funds industry, profile the leading product selectors in Malaysia and rank the top 50 sharia fund managers in a special report on Islamic investing.
Did you know that 90% of US fund managers are white, yet firms with racial diversity are 35% more likely to have above-median returns? These are just two of many startling statistics.
The president of Ariel Investments, an advocate of financial literacy and investor education, is flying into Hong Kong to give her perspective on diversity issues in asset management.
Fund managers in Hong Kong discuss what’s at stake as they dive into the brave new world of marketing products across the border.
We reveal the fund houses that have suffered the biggest year-on-year falls in assets sourced from Asia Pacific in percentage terms, according to our AI100 research project.
AsianInvestor announces the second part of its Asset Management Awards 2016, for investment performance. This is open to public long-only, hedge and private-market managers.