The prolonged Covid pandemic and stringent regulations are creating investment opportunities for investors in the long term, said the asset manager.
Webinars: are solo presentations enough?
Manulife IM shares its experience on which webinar formats were most accepted by its distribution partners.
WFH: Franklin Templeton
Stephen Tong, client portfolio manager for multi-asset solutions at Franklin Templeton in Hong Kong, answers a few questions about how he has been working from home.
China’s hard hit travel sector still has value: JPM AM
Certain travel-related companies continue to exist despite the Covid-19 pandemic and they have long-term investment appeal, says a portfolio manager at the firm.
Pictet WM warns on pandemic themes
Not all companies in the healthcare and IT space are benefitting from the coronavirus outbreak.
Do robos benefit from the global lock-in?
Robo-advisory firms in Hong Kong and Singapore say so, though they have been reluctant to give many details.
Hong Kong family office shifts focus to Singapore
Raffles Family Office expects to more than double AUM this year, even after putting mainland plans on hold.
A look at BNPP’s concentrated China fund
The coronavirus appears to have passed peak infection in China, according to the fund manager, who explains her strategy and how China’s ‘transformative’ companies have been an alpha source.
Investors seek security with fixed income
The collapse of global stock prices has delivered a sharp jolt to fund categories that had been buoyed by optimism at the start of the year.
Coronavirus delays fund launches in Singapore
Major events have been cancelled, but some firms are looking at alternatives for small-scale gatherings, such as teleconferencing.