The Chicago-based fund of hedge funds plans to target Asian investors.
It is expanding its Hong Kong office to market multi-manager and other institutional investment-related services.
The SFC''s Andrew Sheng will be invited to sign an MOU next month recognizing Taiwanese mutual funds.
It has hired Stewart Aldcroft to run its Asian structured products business.
The Tokyo consultancy hopes to take advantage of Japanese regulators'' new attempt to professionalize hedge fund marketing.
Peak Capital in Hong Kong intends to put a traditional fund management structure around hedge fund managers.
Korea''s big, troubled fund groups must spruce up before the government tries to sell them to foreigners.
Go north young man: the French fund manager is scouting office locations, potential partners in Hong Kong.
One of China''s top securities firms is looking for a foreign partner to help launch a fund management business.
It hopes to launch China''s first exchange-traded fund by the end of this year, provided it can overcome several hurdles.
It''s not easy being small: CSA talks about breaking into the Asian markets against the big boys.
Asia CEO Robert Haber outlines the firmÆs business strategy in Asia ex-Japan.