UOB Asset Management delivered outstanding returns for one of Malaysia's largest government institutions amid tricky conditions and despite the equity mandate being long-only.
The Singaporean firm has registered impressive expansion in the past year, particularly in overseas markets. A new tie-up and additional distribution relationships helped contribute to its growth.
Last night AsianInvestor celebrated its Asset Management Awards with the cream of the industry. Here we reveal the five winners announced on the night.
Next on AsianInvestor's list of the most influential fund selectors in Thailand: Smith Banomyong of SCB Asset Management and UOB Asset Management's Vana Bulbon.
HKEx names ETF business head; Pictet's Anuj Khanna exits; Credit Agricole PB's HK investment solutions head departs; BNPP IP names global chief; Stradegi partners Bi-Sam in Asia; UOB moves to new HK offices; and Broadridge expands team.
The opportunity to service retail and wealthy clients in Asia has fired banks’ ambitions to boost their distribution power. Here are the banks that have made the boldest moves to become regional champions.
The Securities and Futures Commission has banned Lam Ka Wo until May 2016 for "dishonest conduct".
Singapore’s UOB Asset Management plans to attract more international clients into Sicav products and segregated accounts, reflecting a rising trend among Asian fund houses.
The UK bank’s asset management arm is raising money for what will be only the second retail renminbi bond fund available in Singapore.
China's original QDII advocate is on the move. Hubert Tse is now with Boss & Young, a top-ranking law firm based in Shanghai.
Following the departure of chief executive Yeow Kok Kien, the Canadian firm has created a chief investment officer post in Malaysia and hired Jason Chong from UOB-OSK Asset Management to fill it.
As part of the deal, the UK group will buy the Singaporean bank's life insurance arm.