Equities investing is primed to shift with the exit of Donald Trump. Some stocks are likely to fall, while certain value shares may rise as vaccinations are rolled out over the year.
Asset managers that can demonstrate an ability to pinpoint active returns, along with an eye on sustainable investing, are most likely to catch the eye of global asset owners.
China's healthy economy and expanding equities market is drawing more eyes from across the world. Australian superannuation funds, in particular, are looking to invest more.
As the world recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, equity markets are expected to follow suit, although investors are divided on which markets to focus.
In partnership with Southern Asset Management, AsianInvestor spoke to industry leaders about what the future holds for China equities in the coming year and beyond. Here are some key highlights.
While most big Japanese insurers are maintaining their allocation to domestic stocks, Dai-ichi Life has said that it will slash its interest rate and equity risk by 20% by March 2024.