Autumn 2012

Sports-carToday the majority of Asians who go overseas to study return quickly to share in the bounty of opportunities their homelands present, finds Stefanie Eschenbacher.

Black-holeThis year may see major political transitions in China and the United States – that could influence regulation around tax havens. Stefanie Eschenbacher talks to James Henry of the Tax Justice Network.

QDLPThe past seven months have seen more action from China’s regulators than the previous ten years combined. Z-Ben Advisors’ Michael McCormack discusses the Qualified Domestic Limited Partner programme.

VolcanoIndonesia aims to develop its financial sector through a regulatory overhaul while new players are entering the market. Stefanie Eschenbacher looks at the opportunities and the challenges.

Michael DommermuthAsia is greying. Manulife Asset Management Asia’s Michael Dommermuth discusses the consequences with Stefanie Eschenbacher.

BabyForeign institutional investors and speculative local individuals have traditionally been the big players in Asian equity markets. Stefanie Eschenbacher finds this is changing as countries are starting to develop their pension systems.

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