The life insurer has promoted Fanda Ho to replace Ben Rudd, who recently moved to a new internal role.
Ben Rudd has switched posts after four years as chief investment officer for the life insurer's Hong Kong business, and further changes are coming.
Senior executives at the two life insurers shared how they and peers should adapt their investment portfolios ahead of Hong Kong's new risk-based capital regime.
The city is vying with Singapore to become the family office hub in the region, but experts believe it will take time to amend important tax incentives to support this aspiration.
With Hong Kong dollar (HKD) bonds already regarded as an asset-liability matching instrument for locally-based investors, the ongoing lower-for-longer rates environment has given them even greater potential to play an increasingly relevant role in institutional portfolios.
AsianInvestor concludes revisiting last year's predictions by judging whether our views on Hong Kong's enduring financial strength and assessment of a Brexit deal were correct.