A new Invesco study finds a lack of consensus around terminology among some of the challenges facing institutional investors implementing factor-investing in fixed income.
The Canadian fund house has hired the experienced sales executive after the exits of Kim Jun-Ku last year and James Chen in July, as it looks to build its private markets business.
Increasing polarisation between East and West leaves China in the economic driving seat, according to a new IFSWF and Invesco report.
State-linked asset owners in Asia are slated to add more equities as they shift towards managing the asset class internally over the medium-term, a new survey by Invesco shows.
The US asset manager has hired its first head of Asia insurance coverage, reflecting a trend among its peers. He starts on November 11 to tap this rapidly expanding client segment.
A new Invesco study states that institutional investors in Asia are increasingly willing to experiment on factor investing in the fixed income space, despite the complexity of doing so.