Netherlands-based Robeco has opened a new office in Singapore for sales and client servicing and, separately, New York Life IM is opening a Japan sales office.
Volatile markets characterise 2016, and investors are warming to investment strategies that reduce risks, according to Tom Naaijkens, client portfolio manager for quant equities at Robeco.
Fund Selector Asia compares the Matthews Asia China Dividend Fund with the Robeco Chinese Equities Fund.
In Korea, Andrew Hwang joined the firm as a director of strategic solutions. Hwang was poached from Janus Capital, where he was responsible for non-Japan Asia business development. Prior to that, he had also worked with BNY Mellon Asset Management for product development and strategy in the region. In Taiwan, Berry Hsieh came over from […]
Recent interest rate cuts by Chinas central bank marks the beginning of a rate easing cycle, which will have positive implications for Chinese equities, writes Victoria Mio, chief investment officer and fund manager of Robeco Chinese Equities.
The compensation for credit risk in high yield bonds has fallen below the 10-year average, writes Peter van der Welle, strategist at Robeco.
Pictet Wealth Management and Robeco Group provide separate outlooks for Asian equities in 2015, and they have more similarities than differences.
Netherlands-headquartered Robeco Group has unveiled its strategy to set up full-scale operations and expand its asset management business in Japan.
Global high yield bonds are likely to remain attractive due to a low interest environment that is expected to continue, according to David Hawa, client portfolio manager, fixed income, at Robeco.
Netherlands-based investment manager Robeco is planning to start an office in Singapore to focus on sovereign wealth funds and key accounts.