Wealthy Asians are expected to retain and manage more money locally over time, and a growing number of global and local firms are eyeing the opportunities.
Invesco aims to directly invest in China's interbank bond market this year, says its Asia-Pacific head of fixed income. The firm expects to see up to $400 billion in flows from fund managers alone.
In the first of a two-part article on China's debt markets, panelists at a forum debate what they see as imminent game-changing developments for investment portfolios.
Tighter cross-border rules, less arbitrary national government policy and improving returns at home are likely to prompt rich investors from emerging markets to move assets back onshore.
AsianInvestor wants to hear from the best onshore fund managers and ETF providers across the region.
Deutsche Bank reaches out for onshore custody business as it finds offshore business becoming volatile.
Korea''s emergence from its darkest economic hour in December 1997 has been nothing short of remarkable.