Rest Super restructures equity team with two senior hires; Aware Real Estate brings in new head of finance and operations; Capital Group names regional head of fixed income business development; Vontobel taps new head of sustainable equities business from Lombard Odier; Amundi appoints senior roles for multi asset and ESG; and more.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict is influencing global energy markets, with fluctuating prices and turmoil as a result. But how should investors assess the situation?
Institutional investors look to emerging markets’ fixed income assets, but the war in Ukraine has dampened sentiment in Europe, according to a new global survey.
AustralianSuper hires property head in London amid buildout; Cbus appoints first chief IT officer; Pictet opens Shanghai WFOE, names head; AMP Capital appoints Rebekah Swan as NZ head of clients; Milford AM names sustainable investment head, senior analyst; VC firm QED hires India/SE Asia head; and more.
Crude oil prices have surged to three year highs, hitting $77.7 per barrel on May 10. We asked six experts whether this trend will continue and what it means for Asian investors.
The two private banks have struck a deal that industry observers say makes sense for the firms and their clients and reflects a rising trend for wealth management alliances.
Being flexible and selective will be key to success in fixed income investment this year, say debt specialists. They tip high yield and, later in the year, emerging-market debt to do well.
In the first of a series of articles on the fixed income outlook for this year, fund managers say bond investors are not pricing sufficient inflation into their expectations.
The Swiss fund house has named its first Asia head of intermediary sales, but has no plans to tap the retail market in Hong Kong or Singapore. AsianInvestor spoke to the firm's regional CEO.
The Swiss fund firm is actively targeting Japanese banks and insurers for the first time and generally increasing its focus on that market, deputy Asia-Pacific head Jürg Fritschi tells AsianInvestor.
The Swiss asset manager has a strong foothold among pension funds in Taiwan, but aims to boost its retail client base by using Eastspring as its master agent, says Asia head Ulrich Behm.