The state-run Social Security System's CEO believes there is too much political interference in the Philippines pension fund industry, which is adversely affecting its funding and viability.
After last week's stunning election upset in Malaysia, we asked five experts on what the new government's policy priorities are likely to be and whether it will stay foreign-investor-friendly.
A new government is to take office in Malaysia for the first time in its history. What does the fall of Najib Razak mean for investors in the country and across the region?
For some strategists, Asian bond markets are justified in currently pricing in only a low probability of a damaging trade war triggered by tensions between the US and China.
A new economic team and a far-reaching regulatory revamp kick off Xi Jinping's second term in office. They suggest market reforms remain on the agenda.
China kept its 6.5% GDP growth target and stressed quality over speedy growth. The move could curb investment returns in the short term, but better ensure long-term stability.