Karen Tan, head of investment solutions and managed solutions, Asia, at Pictet Wealth Management discusses current selection trends and how client preferences have evolved in recent months.
Hou Wey Fook, head of managed investment solutions at the private bank, outlines how his team incorporates active and passive funds in client portfolios, and its use of consultants.
Jimmy Ng of Bordier and Luigi Vignola of Julius Baer are relocating to New York and Zurich, respectively, to take up new roles at their private banks.
Luigi Vignola, head of of markets and advisory solutions Asia at the private bank, is eyeing the potential impact of the merger of Janus Capital and Henderson Global Investors on their funds.
Gatekeepers in Asia are finding space on their crowded shelves for funds that can cope with expected US rate rises, China uncertainty and low oil prices. Alternative products are a big focus.
A senior gatekeeper at the German private bank in Asia highlights three key challenges that asset managers face amid ever-growing competition for distributor shelf space.
AsianInvestor rounds off its list of the most influential fund selectors in Thailand with executives from Siam Commercial Bank and Krungsri Asset Management.
AsianInvestor continues its list of the most influential fund selectors in Thailand with executives from Thai Military Bank and Kasikorn Bank.
Numbers four and five on AsianInvestor's list of the most influential fund selectors in Thailand are Maethee Chandavimol of Phatra Securities and Don Charnsupharindr of Citi.
Next on AsianInvestor's list of the most influential fund selectors in Thailand: Smith Banomyong of SCB Asset Management and UOB Asset Management's Vana Bulbon.
Continuing a project to identify the most influential fund selectors in Asia, AsianInvestor turns to Thailand. First up is Benjarong Techamuanvivit of Kasikorn Asset Management.
As part of AsianInvestor's project to identify the key fund selectors and distributors in Asia, our final two profiles for Malaysia are OCBC's Wyson Lim and Low Kee Fui of Maybank.