When it comes to Asian infrastructure assets, the region might be underserved, but when it comes to digitalisation it’s a different story.
This week we ask investment experts to weigh in on the recent inflation spike and share how to shore up portfolios.
The Canadian and Korean asset management operations of two life insurers have agreed to jointly take advantage of rising institutional investor demand for Asian alternative assets.
AXA Investment Managers’ multi-premia approach aims to generate alpha by taking advantage of price anomalies.
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Investors expect every step in the fund transaction processing lifecycle to be robust and transparent. But is this possible?
Investors have been selling off emerging market assets over growth fears and dollar strength. But is now the time to be contrite, or contrarian?
Tighter cross-border rules, less arbitrary national government policy and improving returns at home are likely to prompt rich investors from emerging markets to move assets back onshore.
A survey of Asian institutional investors by Greenwich Associates shows they're diversifying their portfolios as asset sizes grow, AsianInvestor's recent investment summit heard.
The last decade has seen Brazil grow fastest followed by Australia, while the only positive allocation in the past 15 years has been to alternatives, finds a Towers Watson study.
Mutual funds of global bonds, emerging-market equities and commodities enjoyed strong inflows in November.
The quivering heaps of toxic debt are being alleviated by government stimulus and unprecedented liquidity.
Domestically there are concerns about creditor protection, while overseas there is wariness towards hedge funds but more interest in private equity.