The fund house is assessing the prospects of establishing its first offices in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand in order to support Southeast Asian growth. Offices could open within two years if they get the go-ahead.
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Fidelity Worldwide Investment expects growth in its institutional investor-base to outpace that of its retail business. Hiring is on the horizon.
The firm has introduced a new fee scheme for Hong Kong retail investors that it may export around Asia, with plans to increase provision of funds from external houses.
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Institutional investors are buying a broader range of assets to meet income needs, including emerging market credit, high-yield bonds and high-dividend equities.