Today we unveil the fund houses ranked 51st to 75th by Asia-Pacific AUM in our annual survey. Nine of them were US firms, with Janus Capital posting particularly strong growth.
The firm aims to grow its Asia research capabilities to align with emerging market dynamics. It is targeting institutions and has no plans to launch local product for passporting.
The firm has appointed Jonathan Tiu in a newly created role and has plans to add resources as it awaits confirmation of a full fund management licence in the city-state.
How to reduce volatility and de-risk portfolios is a growing concern. But of equal importance is maximising returns. What institutions are asking now is: how can we achieve both?
With all the talk around stimulus measures giving Japan a much-needed economic boost, MFS Investment CIO Michael Roberge argues the measures should have been taken long ago.
Europe isn’t going to get past its problems, but Asia and the US present attractive opportunities to buy dividend-paying companies, says MFS IM boss Robert Manning.