The chairman of the $1.4 trillion Capital Group Companies has died of a heart attack.
The US asset manager is looking at servicing retirement needs in Asia by building a regional retail investment business, Capital Group chairman Jim Rothenberg tells AsianInvestor.
While mutual recognition is being launched tomorrow, consultants have highlighted the panoply of alternatives. These could include an expanded QDLP, a liberalised QDII and the popular WFOE structure.
Foreign managers applying for northbound fund passporting have been advised to start planning their sales and marketing campaigns immediately. A social media presence is seen as essential to success in China.
YT Kum, the research firm's head fund selector for Asia, explains how he determines the quality of a portfolio manager.
Amac unveils 25 new memberships to include private equity players, insurers and securities firms. Regulations are being eased to allow such houses to start fund management businesses.
We are looking to add to our team of journalists.
As we reach the end of our reporting for 2009 and close our website until January, here are my favourite stories.
Multi-client segregated accounts are being hyped as the mainlandÆs answer to hedge funds. TheyÆre not û but they will have their uses.
The consultant highlights those asset classes where active management is more likely to deliver results.
Nomura Asset Management leads the pack of 29 $1 billion-plus fund launches in Asia-Pacific this year.
The Chinese fund houseÆs prospectus for its Asian equities product, slated for launch next week, indicates it will manage the fund without MOU partner State Street.