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As the Hong Kong Monetary Authority rotates senior staff roles, its $541 billion Exchange Fund has rebounded strongly from a first-quarter investment loss.
American Century appoints new Korea sales head; JP Morgan names Japan head of investment stewardship; Schroders replaces global real estate head; Morningstar names head of sustainability research for Emea and Asia Pacific; Manulife rings changes in Hong Kong; and more.
The appointment will take effect on August 8, with Torres set to retire and return to Europe after 23 years with the group.
Jin Liqun is re-elected to a second term as president of AIIB; Franklin Templeton confirms new CEO and restructures Apac management team; Cbus names new CEO; Manulife names general manager for Asia emerging markets; AllianzGI builds out multi-asset team in Asia Pacific, and IQ-EQ hires business development director.
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This is the first of six articles in Eastspring’s Asian Expert Series, which explores the future of Asia post Covid-19. The pandemic has accelerated a rethink of how companies should configure their global supply chains - while cost and quality have historically been key considerations, resilience will become increasingly important.
China is set to integrate its interbank bond and exchange bond markets. Five market experts share their thoughts on the move.
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