Jonathan Zhu of Bain Capital explains how the private equity firm plans to take South Korean botox firm Hugel and inject it into a larger market, China, where medical beauty is booming.
Progress has been made in making China stocks more accessible, but obstacles remain before they can be included in emerging-market benchmarks, says index provider MSCI.
The French fund house has brought in Pierre-Emmanuel Juillard to build the new platform with a mandate to hire a 10-strong team.
Money managers in the US are confident Greece’s default this week will not lead to contagion or impact the US Federal Reserve’s stance on raising interest rates.
Ng Chiang Ling joins M&G Real Estate to oversee acquisitions in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong, having previously worked at Goldman Sachs in a similar post.
Oliver Bolitho will step down from the role at the end of the year after 15 years with GSAM.
The bank has moved to centralise transition management resources in response to sluggish industry flows, cutting its Asia-Pacific head of TM, Tom Wyse.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management has hired Masaki Taniguchi as its first head of product development for Asia-Pacific. It aims to tailor its regional offering, including to retail.
The man who coined the term ‘Bric’ has concerns about China's economy, but his worries are a little different from those of most people.
The US firm outlines plans for building its solutions platform for private investors in Asia, focusing on simple, transparent and liquid products.
Chris Keogh is moving from Beijing to Tokyo as Japan co-head at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, a new role that will coordinate activity with South Korea and China.
Tuan Lam of Goldman Sachs Asset Management explains the process, and gives his outlook for alternative investments in 2010.