This week FSA presents a quick comparison of two Infrastructure equity products: BNY Mellon and Morgan Stanley.
Hong Kong retail investors can now invest in the $440m fund.
High inflation and net zero targets are key contributors to infrastructure assets looking more attractive to a growing number of investors, according to ClearBridge Investments.
The US fund house has partnered with Bank of China (Hong Kong) (BOCHK) to launch the JPMorgan Sustainable Infrastructure Fund.
First State Stewart is awaiting regulatory approval for three products aimed at retail investors, including a China A-shares fund.
Trent Koch, portfolio manager at First State Investments, explains the opportunities and risks in infrastructure investing.
Eastspring’s strategy searches for Asia’s small and “unloved” companies while M&G’s product takes on infrastructure investing.
Deutsche Asset Management’s head of liquid real assets for Asia & Europe defends listed infrastructure investments, which have recently come in for criticism from academics suggesting they don’t deliver infrastructure-like returns.