The two fund houses – one based in Beijing, the other in Boston – will work together to build multi-asset risk-parity strategies for Chinese institutional and retail clients.
This week's stock market volatility in the wake of Greece's referendum against austerity is likely to create opportunities for US-based fund managers, who view European equities as attractive.
Despite last week’s volatility, US economic divergence may not signal a change to interest rates or an end to low bond yields.
Managers of US equity portfolios, usually an optimistic lot, are more cautious than their peers on the fixed-income side.
Eric Sorensen of PanAgora Asset Management visits Hong Kong and explains how the $17 billion hedge fund uses quant systems in conjunction with a human factor.