Despite rising inflation and the pandemic, Asian investors will increase investment in the healthcare and technology sectors, according to a UBS GWM survey.
An EY survey finds the alternative funds industry has deftly navigated pandemic-related disruption and is now gaining new momentum.
Investors in the region are ahead of their global peers in their approaches to decarbonisation, State Street Global Advisors’ (SSGA) research finds.
Schroders’ latest global investor study shows that despite the turmoil caused by the pandemic, Hong Kong investors expect outsized stock market returns.
Investment apps are rapidly gaining in popularity in Hong Kong, a Calastone survey finds.
Only 27% of wealthy in Apac prefer to use traditional banks to manage investments.
Equities are the most popular choice among investors aged between 18 and 35 in Singapore, a Franklin Templeton survey found.
Wealthy investors are reassessing their priorities in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, preparing to give something back — while also indulging themselves more.
A sentiment survey of global asset managers shows that a majority believe a global recession is `somewhat likely’ in the next 18 months, according to a report from Fitch Ratings.
FSA Long-Term Investing Forum participants in Hong Kong and Singapore say they have a positive or very positive outlook on emerging market debt and equities over the next 24 months.