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Malaysia is set to overtake the Middle East as the global hub for Islamic investments in terms of assets under management. What can Gulf countries do to counter this trend?
Malaysian asset managers' share of global sharia-compliant funds could overtake that of firms based in Saudi Arabia, according to AsianInvestor's annual ranking this year.
The asset management and servicing group is recruiting five executives to raise its Middle East headcount to 14 in anticipation of opportunities in the region's pensions industry.
Robert Ansari has said high projected foreign flows into Saudi Arabia’s equity market depend on its inclusion in MSCI indices, which won’t happen until June 2017 at the earliest.
Gulfmena Investments, which is shifting from asset manager to service provider, is helping a US-Malaysian firm to launch a product in Saudi. It says European AMs are eyeing Dubai.