Magazine issues»Summer 2013

Hong KongHoping to attract traditional mutual and hedge funds, Hong Kong is considering legislative amendments to introduce the open-ended investment company. Chee Seng Lok at Multifonds discusses the move.

Measuring tapeLarge, bank-backed hedge fund administrators have significantly increased their market share in Asia. However, Stefanie Eschenbacher finds making comparisons based on assets under administration tells only half the story.

Asian ringMyanmar, Indonesia and Mongolia lead the way when it comes to growth in the number of high-net-worth individuals. Oliver Knight at Frank Knight says China is still ahead in terms of sheer numbers of wealthy people.

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