Fund managers, already concerned about Beijing’s intervention in the stock market, won’t welcome a proposed index circuit breaker.
Fund managers in the US are sceptical that China's bond market can become a strategic allocation until the renminbi is fully convertible.
Our survey of the regionÆs investors finds recent performance and branding seem more important to asset owners than investment process, stability or even training.
Provided the US doesnÆt double-dip into recession, that inflation and deflation are both contained, and that Asian export economies can rebalance, say global equity CIOs.
Spreads have rallied over the past two months, but some portfolio managers report investors have a growing appetite for risk.
The Bureau of Labour Insurance makes its first foray into international fund mandates.
Cindy Ku and Jane Won join from HSBC.
Huaan will launch the mainland''s second equity ETF while ChinaAMC applies to launch one for bonds.
The bank''s global transaction services business hires two new product managers.
Low interest rates are driving some corporations to engage fund houses in running enhanced cash strategies.
Even as it announces five new brokerage licenses, the government struggles to leave out the welcome mat for fund houses.
Naming Citi its custodian, the $113 billion Taiwanese institution prepares for its first investment outsourcing.