The region’s funds industry saw $53 billion in net inflows in the first half of 2013, but the figure is sharply down year-on-year as a proportion of global flows.
Net inflows to emerging market funds nearly doubled to $40.83 billion in 2007.
Net inflows to emerging market funds have reached $41 billion so far this year, at the expense of the US, Europe and Japan.
While the inflows seem positive on the surface, the strength and speed of the money coming in is causing some analysts to sound the alarm.
Singapore-based Asian distressed debt manager soft-closes first tranche.