As a new round of monetary easing sets in, Asian bonds are coming into greater focus for their higher yields and diversification benefits. Arthur Lau, head of Asia ex Japan fixed income at PineBridge Investments, says to manage today’s market uncertainty active bond selection matters more than ever.
The US fund house has poached a senior executive from its rival in Shanghai as foreign firms continue their battle for talent to expand their capabilities in China.
The country's elimination of limits on qualified foreign institutional investor and RQFII investments is welcome and could help encourage better governance and transparency.
With sovereign bonds yielding very little, capital has poured into US investment grade bonds. Is the risk/return trade-off worth it? AsianInvestor asked four experts for their views.
Alaska Permanent Fund is gearing up to trade Chinese debt after including it in its index this year, and would like to find more Asian fund managers for its absolute return portfolio.
The Asian bond market offers refuge with higher yields and stable return but investors need to navigate idiosyncratic risks and the impact of policy and politics.