In the latest issue of AsianInvestor magazine, we interview the CIOs of Japan’s GPIF and Malaysia’s KWAP, analyse China’s onshore bond market and report from our Taiwan investment forum.
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We publish our 15th anniversary edition, split into two sections: one focusing on the development of asset management over the last 15 years, the other looking to its future.
We reveal the 25 most influential women in asset management, explore talk of an impending EM crisis, debate whether fund houses are a source of systemic risk and examine China's sleeping hedge fund industry.
Marco PoloÆs Alan Landau expects 2009 to be a return to happier times for A-share investors.
Michael Hughes CIO, Baring Asset Management, discusses why the factors which have prompted such a long period of stability are now creating a period of instability.
Questions abound about strategy as HSBC enters its second mainland China funds joint venture.
Enterprise annuity legislation is expected to be effective on May 1, opening a new market for pensions providers.
China Merchants is in negotiations with the postal system to sell funds.
The index provider is consulting the market on how to treat China, Taiwan and South Korea.
A report sponsored by Bermuda Trust sees growth in institutional and retail mandates.
The future is Red, but not necessarily rosy for the big players, as China gears up to send scores more mid-caps to list in Hong Kong.
Offshore investment has been done before but will not happen under the current economic circumstances.