Asian Automation 2012

machineNicholas Pratt talks to three asset managers about the challenges of implementing large-scale automation projects in the Asian funds markets, the frustrations of the slow rate of movement, and the possibility of a light at the end of the tunnel in terms of encouraging automation.

Asia is being touted as the new frontier and while many entities want to join the world stage, the lack of automation is holding them back. Our panel of experts discusses what can – and should – be done to help facilitate such an advent. Chaired by Nicholas Pratt.

stanley poonStanley Poon of Clearstream talks about the campaign to extol the benefits of automating the entire funds processing life cycle.

o-grimonpontOlivier Grimonpont of Euroclear discusses the drive to increase automation in the Asian funds market and the importance of developing partnerships.

faxNicholas Pratt talks to local and global service providers about the problems caused by manual processes and the probability of solutions.

Executive Interviews

Executive interview: Timing the market

Oct 17, 2019

Amy Cho, Schroders’ Hong Kong chief executive and regional head of intermediary clients, tells Romil Patel about Hongkongers’ love of investing, staying nimble in a volatile market and following...

Interview: Asia’s sweet spots

Jul 05, 2019

As the US-China trade war ramps up with a hike in levies, Tai Hui, chief market strategist for Asia-Pacific at JP Morgan Asset Management, tells Romil Patel where he identifies investment value.

Roundtables

Roundtable: Priming for Asia’s growth

Oct 17, 2019

Panellists discuss expanding product capability across Asia-Pacific, the opportunities and regulatory challenges around data and the prospects for ETFs in the region. Chaired by Romil Patel in Hong Kong.

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Our panel of experts discusses driving higher ESG asset allocation in Asia, growing calls to address the global climate crisis and the importance of governance. Chaired by Romil Patel in Hong Kong.