Nine experts share their takes on how institutional investors can best respond to what seems to be a spiralling bond market rout.
Central bank heads could be replaced in China, Taiwan, Korea, and Japan in the coming three months. Whether the incumbents stay or not, all four face important policy challenges.
South Korea’s central bank has decided on the new chief investment officer for its $360 billion in foreign reserves. Lee Dong-Min will replace Eugene Kim in early March.
Permira's Asia chair to step down; StanChart recruits ex-SumiTrust executive; Manulife AM names Asia fixed-income CIO; Morningstar hires in sales; Loomis Sayles boosts EM team; Capital Group expands; Northern Trust opens in Korea; Alvarez & Marsal hires for transaction team; and Avaloq adds to team.
The Korean central bank has promoted a 30-year veteran as its new director-general of reserve management. He transfers from head of BOK’s New York office.
Choo Heung-Sik has made the jump from head of reserve management at the Bank of Korea to overseeing investments at the country's sovereign wealth fund.