Changing demographics, rising salaries and a generalised change in the wealth landscape is driving the fast pension fund asset growth
The country's asset management market is predicted to grow to $17 trillion by 2030, with foreign firms expected to hold a 6% share, according to Casey Quirk.
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.
Amid swinging volatility, CEO Chavinda Hanratanakool says the Thai fund house aims to attract more flows into its money-market funds via a digital channel, among other moves.
We reveal the firms that have grown the most in percentage terms year-on-year by assets sourced from Asia Pacific. Clue: none of them are global companies.
AsianInvestor’s latest list of the 100 biggest fund houses by Asia-Pacific-sourced AUM finds homegrown firms are growing, while global players' regional share has shrunk for the first time.
Assets, revenue and operating margins all shrank last year for the first time since 2009, and flows into passive funds were double those into active strategies, according to consultancy Casey Quirk.
Chinese and Indian firms performed particularly strongly last year in AsianInvestor's list of the fastest growing fund managers by assets sourced from the region.
Here we list the top 25 firms in our annual ranking of fund houses by AUM sourced from Asia Pacific. A number of the big global players recorded strong growth on this front.
Global private banks saw an average increase in inflows of 23.7% last year, driving industry AUM to $18.5 trillion, finds Scorpio Partnership. But the top 20 are pulling away.
Despite the launch of many new funds and six fund management firms, AUM still drops 12.5% with a negative performance on both the equity and fixed income side.
AsianInvestor’s annual survey of asset gathering from Asia-Pacific finds a widening divide between winners and losers.