The ongoing trade war between the US and China shows no signs of abating. While it's hurting many nations, some could benefit. Six experts say where the opportunities lie.
With family offices and other local investors getting more involved in impact investing, capital deployment should continue accelerating. But structural problems persist across the region
The Vietnamese asset manager expects to see trading of shares in the $850 million fund on the London Stock Exchange as early as July.
Korean asset managers are being nudged towards setting up shop in emerging Asia – witness a recent CEO delegation to Vietnam – but they first need to make changes at home.
India and Vietnam look particularly good value, while Hong Kong is now the cheapest major stock market in the world after Russia, says William Ma of wealth manager Noah Holdings.
The country's labour and finance ministries are fighting over control of the introduction of corporate pension funds.