This week FSA presents a quick comparison of two global fixed income products: the BEA Global Bond fund and the Capital Group Global Bond fund.
This week FSA presents a quick comparison of two Greater China equities products: the BEA Greater China Growth Fund and the FSSA Greater China Growth Fund.
The Hong Kong-based asset manager suggests investors can sail through inflation with a mixed asset investment strategy.
The asset manager has converted five unit trusts into open-ended fund companies (OFCs) to lure mainland investors.
This week FSA presents a quick comparison of two RMB fixed income products: the BEA Union Investment China High Yield Income Fund and the Ping An of China RMB Bond Fund.
Other fund managers have also promoted China’s consumer theme.
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) has authorised BEA Union Investment to launch an Apac fixed income product structured as an “open-ended fund company” (OFC).
Asia bond valuations are appealing, but liquidity needs to return to the market before investors are convinced, according to BEA Union Investments’ fixed income head.
During a decade of US dollar strength and historically low interest rates, bond investors were paid to move down the credit curve.
FSA presents photo highlights of the Fund Selector Asia Awards Hong Kong on 23 January 2020 at the American Club in Hong Kong