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How should investors respond as the US Federal Reserve and other central banks rush to stabilise markets convulsed by the coronavirus outbreak?
There's a potential social and economic price to be paid for ESG, delegates heard at an AsianInvestor event, which otherwise underlined growing interest in environment, social and governance principles.
Insurance firms in Korea and elsewhere in Asia want to know how best to deal with looming risk-based capital rules, which their peers in Europe have already had to come to grips with.
Andrew Kwek, who is also Asia head of sales at DWS, will leave the newly formed Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management business after over seven years with the firm.
The change comes as Deutsche Bank combines its asset management arm with its private wealth business in a restructuring and rebranding exercise.
Deutsche Asset Management's institutional arm is mulling specialist products to offset the effects of inflation, as the firm rebuilds its Asia-Pacific business.
At a stroke, Deutsche sheds most of its regional retail funds business and transforms Harvest Fund Management into ChinaÆs biggest cross-border asset manager.
The fund will make use of quant screens and fundamental analysis to find true value among shares across all market capitalisations.
Firm launches the first global agribusiness fund to retail investors.
This is the first global thematic fund to be marketed in Malaysia.
DeutscheÆs retail arm is the first international player to register sharia-compliant funds in the Lion City.