Following its deal with Japan's Diam last week, the Malaysian fund house is seeking more manufacturing and distribution partners, with Australia and Europe both on its radar.
The Japan-based manager has moved an executive to Hong Kong to pursue distribution deals with private banks and local fund houses. It has also relocated an investment team to Singapore amid hiring plans.
The boutique environmental investment firm is adding analysts to its Hong Kong office in conjunction with local partner Ajia.
Japanese fund manager Diam looks to an executive with overseas experience to continue its advancement into Asian markets.
DLIBJ Asset Management eyes Vietnam as it burnishes its regional investment-management credentials.