China Merchant Bank's general manager for its private bank division explains how it differs its services from its big regional rivals, as it seeks to build an international business.
Sovereign wealth funds in Asia and beyond are looking at unusual asset classes in order to improve long-term returns. It's leading them to push investing boundaries.
Investors in the region are increasingly seeking out securitisations in an effort to gain more yield on their debt investments. In some cases this is causing the risks of these assets to rise.
China's Belt and Road initiative will require vast sums of capital, and some is likely to need to come from institutional investors. But they are leery of taking on Greenfield project risks.
The latest print edition of AsianInvestor is out now. With a revamped design, the magazine contains several new regular columns as well as the usual in-depth features.