Fund managers in Hong Kong discuss what’s at stake as they dive into the brave new world of marketing products across the border.
Growth in private-equity assets is coming from structures other than blind pools, creating new arrangements but also new risks.
For private equity firms in Asia – even the likes of Apollo, Carlyle and RRJ – raising money has become tougher, something that outflows from emerging markets will exacerbate.
The decision to scrap the index circuit breaker looks to be a return to pragmatism, but more is needed to convince investors of the “decisiveness” of market forces.
The new chief executive of Korea's National Pension Service and his soon-to-be-announced investment chief need contracts based on performance, not term limits.
Jame DiBiasio and Hugo Cox are recognised for writing on fixed income markets this year at the State Street Asia-Pacific Institutional Press Awards.