Despite Singapore’s efforts to upgrade its already top-rated compulsory public pension scheme, the answer to its continuing success lies in better educating its members.
Yet there are indications that demand among private individuals for exchange-traded funds and other index strategies could gain momentum – but that will take time.
Asia's asset owners have taken big strides into passive investing since 2010. Hong Kong's Hospital Authority Provident Fund and Taiwan's Bureau of Labor Funds explain why and how.
With actively managed funds falling woefully short of their targets, passive products have the chance to finally overcome the reticence of Asian investors. Regulatory changes could help.
As AsianInvestor's anniversary articles continue, today we look at Singapore. High hopes for the Lion City's mutual funds were dashed by financial crisis, disease, and the desire to make a quick buck.
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