With talk of consolidation swirling around several big fund houses, AsianInvestor quizzes Aberdeen Standard’s Hugh Young and Mark Browning of Franklin Templeton about the trend.
AsianInvestor hosted the 4th Art of Asset Management Forum on May 19 at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Hong Kong. Here we present a gallery of photos.
Institutional investors are placing greater demands on fund managers, but the business opportunities are also becoming far bigger in Asia Pacific, executives tell an AsianInvestor forum.
Aberdeen reshuffles in fixed income, Franklin Templeton adds alts sales head, HSBC names retail and wealth head, RBC WM adds in sales, Mercer hires China executive.
The region’s three proposed passport schemes, particularly HK-China, will likely render Ucits irrelevant in some markets, AsianInvestor’s Art of Asset Management forum hears.
The US fund manager aims to enter retail markets in Malaysia and Vietnam, and build onshore businesses in Taiwan and, ultimately, Indonesia.