Taiwanese equity technology funds draw new capital for the seventh quarter as investors turn selective on fixed income funds.
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After earlier signs of weakening Asia's ESG fund flows leapt up in the third quarter. Japan, Taiwan and South Korea registered particularly strong demand, according to Morningstar.
Insurers in Taiwan are leading a rising level of interest in ETFs among north Asian countries, seeing the vehicles as convenient for targeting higher yields and hedging purposes.
As the political crisis in Hong Kong continues, investors and financial services professionals believe more individuals could move themselves and their wealth to Taiwan.
Online sales of funds in China are disrupting the dominance of commercial bank distribution but the latest tie-up between two giant firms has limited scope, say some analysts.
We reveal the second part of our asset class awards, in which we chose a top fund across a set of different market areas and focuses.
We reveal the first part of our asset class awards, in which we chose a top fund across a set of different market areas.
Despite current political tensions, a new report suggests there is a much more cooperative relationship between Taiwan and the Chinese mainland from a business perspective.
Many foreign fund managers are pinning their China distribution strategies on the WFOE scheme. But the programme's limitations pose familiar problems for scaling the business.
Chinese regulators are putting up unnecessary barriers to fund managers wanting to take advantage of mutual recognition of funds between Hong Kong and the mainland, believe industry experts.
The path to foreign control of domestic Chinese fund businesses isn't smooth, as those now applying for majority share licences are finding out. The US trade war isn't helping either.