The Swiss private bank is understood to have appointed a former Credit Suisse veteran to succeed John Cappetta.
Manager research chief Jasmine Yu highlights the red flags she watches out for during the fund selection process.
The Swiss private bank is understood to have lured an executive from BlackRock to succeed Johann Santer, who joined Fidelity International last month.
The hunt for yield is leading sophisticated factor investing to gain more interest with institutional investors, listeners to a webinar organised by AsianInvestor and FTSE Russell heard.
The bank's Hong Kong head of investment product and advisory outlines how it is looking to encourage clients to make greater use of funds and discretionary management.
The firm's Asia head of investments explains where he is seeing appetite among clients, pointing to their rising awareness of socially responsible strategies.
The world’s largest pension fund is recruiting fund managers as the next step in its slow shift into alternatives. But only Japan-registered firms can apply.
Joyce Ngan, the private bank's new Asia-Pacific head of fund solutions, spoke to AsianInvestor about picking products and how it recently put a fund selector in Singapore.
The wealth manager is likely to add equity products and favours long/short hedge funds. It is also seeking macro managers and eyeing smart beta and risk premia strategies.
In the second of two articles on Alibaba's mobile-based fund platform, Ant Fortune president Huang Hao outlines how it picks and recommends products.
From October 15 overseas managers will be subject to stricter rules in Taiwan, making access more difficult for smaller players above all. There is already evidence of this having an effect.
Zurich-based Fundinfo is set to announce a China joint venture, while its sister company, ifund services, is eyeing its first presence in the region.