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Tag: Corporate Governance
Finance leads the way on ESG reporting in China
Governance is a key issue in China’s financial services industry, according to Tricor’s CEO.
Jupiter AM flexes governance influence
Effecting behavioural change in companies relies on investors using their underlying investments as leverage, according to Jupiter Asset Management (Jupiter AM).
Three themes to drive sustainable bond investing in Asia
Climate change, corporate governance and an ageing population are the most appealing sustainability themes in Asia for fixed income investors, according to Manulife Investment Management.
UBP alts fund targets Japan companies
The strategy will take short positions on poorly governed companies.
Japan overweight boosts JPM APAC fund
The broader adoption of the stewardship code among Japan’s listed companies is showing concrete results in the form of higher stock returns, according to Aisa Ogoshi, portfolio manager at JP Morgan Asset Management, who has been overweight Japan for five years.
Investors find opportunities among China’s SOEs
Improvements in governance, management and efficiency make China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) an attractive choice for investors.
Taming China’s stock market
Foreign buyers and Chinese institutional investors with long-term horizon bring stability and efficiency to Chinese stock market, argues Greg Kuhnert, portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management.
SLI: Japanese boards still lack independence
A global group of institutional investors counts successes and disappointments after three years of a collaborative effort to push for more board independence in Japanese corporations.