Even though doubts over Abenomics are increasing, equities may be in good shape next year.
Progress with renewable technologies and the inclusion of climate change on the global political agenda have put the sector in the investment spotlight.
A new head for RBC Investment Management in Asia, State Street raises assets in Thailand, Julius Baer and UBS disagree on Japan, GAM gets inactive, pain for Pimco, SLI, Columbia Threadneedle and Jupiter are on the streets and much more!
In an environment where financial markets are experiencing not just a summer cold, but a serious bout of fever – fund houses are prepping themselves to move in when the perfect storm forms.
Shareholder activism is often seen as the preserve of hedge fund and private equity managers, but some allocators want long-only firms to be more proactive on this front.
Asian institutional investors plan to further raise exposure to passive products over the next year, according to a survey by Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management has launched the first exchange-traded fund (ETF) on the European market to provide investors with exposure to China’s domestic sovereign bond market.
A short-term correction in the Chinese equity market is an entry point because onshore shares still look attractive compared to global equities, said Sean Taylor, regional investment head for Asia-Pacific and head of emerging markets.
The iShares MSCI China A UCITS ETF was listed on 13 April. It gives both institutional and retail investors access to China’s A-share equity market. The fund will invest in large and mid-cap companies and track the MSCI China A International Index. Despite the more accommodating nature of the A-shares market seen in the past […]
Liu is based in Shanghai and succeeds Tian Ren Can, who left the firm in late February, a company spokesman said. HFT Investment Management is a joint venture between BNP Paribas Investment Partners and Haitong Securities. According to the firm, in April 2003, it became one of the first joint venture fund management companies to […]