The HK-headquartered family office has just added a new office in Dubai, and plans to add headcount to support its core investments in China and the US.
US-based TIAA’s investment arm is ramping up its Asia presence after posting a record regional inflow of assets this year, its global CEO and Asia head tell AsianInvestor.
Taurus Wealth Advisors recently hit $1 billion in assets under management and has applied for a licence to operate in the Middle East with a view to winning more clients there.
Tarek Fadlallah says the Japanese fund house's new Dubai office will focus on institutional clients. A retail business is not on the agenda, but investment staff could be.
The UK fund house is said to have engaged a recruitment firm to help it set up its first branch in the Middle East, joining a list of firms making or planning similar moves.
The UK fund house has agreed to buy 80% of Jakarta-based NISP Asset Management. It is also understood to be planning a branch in the Middle East, as rivals make similar moves.
Gulfmena Investments, which is shifting from asset manager to service provider, is helping a US-Malaysian firm to launch a product in Saudi. It says European AMs are eyeing Dubai.
MAC Capital’s Bob McMillen explains how Dubai’s labyrinthine stock market set-up and twin regulators do not help a country still struggling to emerge from crisis.
One year on, Bob McMillen of MAC Capital gives his views on how Dubai has coped with the crisis, and how it is emerging again.
Bob McMillen of MAC Sharaf Securities gives his thoughts on events in Dubai.
Dubai WorldÆs request to restructure its debt is likely to reshape the understanding among investors and issuers of who holds the upper hand when it comes to bond-like sukuk.
The Swiss private bank cites its sustainable investment credentials as an advantage when it comes to offering a range of Islamic wealth products.