Strong demand from both international and regional investors looks set to ensure that Asian property remains strongly in demand for the coming months.
Fund managers from the country are eager to source targets for their local clients, but difficulty in sourcing deals is forcing them to look further afield, say advisers.
Retail investor activists caused a trading frenzy in the US last week. We ask equity experts whether that same volatility could be replicated in Asian stock markets.
Regional asset owners are eager to invest more funds into data centre-focused funds. Several specialist managers are launching new vehicles to take advantage.
The poor performance of several active fund strategies such as value funds and alternative risk premia have led more investors to consider inhousing more of their investing resources.
Rising lifespans and low fixed-income payments are creating a headache for pension funds. They need to adapt how they invest, even if some lessons run contrary to recent volatility.
Climate change and online hacking could substantially affect the allure of US municipal bonds, despite their current appeal. Asset owners will need to be warier as they invest.
The National Bank of Cambodia has seen its reserves swell by 20% to 30% a year. That’s leading it to invest in US Treasuries but also renminbi bonds and gold.
Family offices in the US are increasingly keen on building investments in Asia and especially China. But doing so can be tricky, which is leading many to seek partners.
Bank Negara has just decided to allow institutional investors to place up to 10% of their assets overseas.
The US-based AIG consortium notified the government yesterday (Wednesday) that it intends to invest as much as W1.1 trillion ($944 million) in Hyundai Investment Trust and Securities.
China''s financial reform half-measures may impede foreign insurers'' ability to manage funds.