CSRC seeks Connect trading records; EY drops appeal over audit paper; MAS sets out new consumer protection rules; Thai fund industry to offer riskier products; and Singapore regulator forms fintech group.
Jun 4, 2014
Regulations recently issued by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority on the use of dealing commissions are likely to affect the pricing and distribution of research, industry players say.
HK SFC sees expenditure grow; report on regulations' potential impact on ETFs; India's Sebi tackles fund rule breaches, asks for pension reform; and Myanmar's bourse is delayed.
FRM Capital Advisors invests in Japan-focused Arena Capital, run by former Highbridge portfolio manager Toby Bartlett, more than two years after its last Asia seeding.
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Barings's ex-head of sovereigns joins ETF firm; HSBC Securities Services gets new client head; AQR pares Asia sales team; KKR appoints Asia-Pacific tech investment head; CGS-CIMB hires chief investment strategist; EFG poaches IAM team from UBS; First State names head of investment product research; HSBC GAM has management reshuffle and more.
Continuity in asset allocation and investment strategy is widely expected at the world’s largest pension fund as it replaces Hiromichi Mizuno with an experienced banker.
The Hong Kong fund house has laid off senior executives, including its Southeast Asia head and managing director for alternative products, as it moves to rationalise its business further.
In a move that refocuses its product offering and institutional coverage, the US-based asset manager has pared its equity investment capabilities in Asia and the UK.
Schroders names new chiefs for Asia Pacific, Japan; BlackRock loses Asia equities head, reshuffles team; Robeco quant equities specialist returns to Europe; two HK fund house execs banned; T. Rowe Price names Greater China client director, and more.
The institutional fund distribution platform is pressing ahead with its second Asian branch, despite uncertainty following months of protests and, more recently, the coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic are challenging investment strategies in more than one way. But the postponement of upcoming tighter regulations might provide a ray of light.
The incoming president of the world’s largest pension fund will need to oversee a freer hand in foreign asset allocation and appoint a new CIO, with Hiromichi Mizuno leaving.
With oil-producing countries hit hard by the crude price crash, their state institutions will have to dump liquid assets and, by default, raise private market allocations, say industry experts.
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