Summer 2010

Hong-KongRule changes may see pension providers competing for US$15bn of pension savings in Hong Kong, finds Nick Fitzpatrick.

RuletteThe Lehman Brothers downfall has scared Hong Kong investors, with many of them reverting to buying direct stocks and ETFs, finds Nick Fitzpatrick.

BoatsHow long will it take for Asian fund management companies to become a global competitive force, asks Martyn Cuff, managing director of Allianz Global Investors Europe.

IndiaInternational in focus, Kotak Mahindra Asset Management hopes tobecome the first port of call for foreign investors, reports Fiona Rintoul.

Hong-Kong-1Manulife Asset Management handles over $2bn for Hong Kong investors. Nick Fitzpatrick finds out what type of funds are most in demand.

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Executive Interviews

INTERVIEW: ‘It cannot be excluded’

Sep 27, 2017

Bond Connect’s launch means China’s onshore bond markets are more accessible than ever. Mo Ji, an economist at amundi, tells George Mitton why that matters.

INTERVIEW: ‘We have to improve ourselves’

Jul 17, 2017

Raising productivity is essential for Abenomics to succeed, says Mitsuhiro Yuasa, co-founder of Rheos Capital.

Roundtables

REAL ESTATE ROUNDTABLE: In search of a home

Jul 17, 2017

From Korean warehouses to Chinese hospitals, investors’ holding periods are growing in Asia. But in a market awash with liquidity, so is competition for assets. Our panel in Hong Kong discuss real estate investment.

ROUNDTABLE: More transparency, less certainty

Mar 20, 2017

Our panel discussed exchange-traded funds, regulatory overdrive and whether mutual fund recognition has been a failure. Chaired by George Mitton in Hong Kong.