REGULATION

Mar 07, 2011

birdcageThe explosive growth of China’s investment industry looks appealing from the outside, but Nick Fitzpatrick finds dwindling talent pools and stagnant assets under management. However, regulatory help is on its way.

Mar 07, 2011

BuildingBank of China (Hong Kong) is building a custody unit based on its success at winning mandates from Chinese managers who invest overseas. Nick Fitzpatrick talks to its leader, Fanny Wong, about its future.

Mar 07, 2011

Flemming-MadsenThe Asian region is home to significant unlocked investment potential. T Rowe Price anticipates that its commitment to the region will be rewarded when local investors begin venturing out of their domestic markets.

Jul 06, 2010

Hong-Kong-2Asian property ranged from the best -€“ Hong Kong -€“ to the worst -€“ Japan -€“ performing markets last year. Nick Fitzpatrick talks to two real estate fund houses in Hong Kong that have launched Asian businesses in recent years, and finds solid fundamentals, but restricted access for institutions.

Jul 06, 2010

GrassThreadneedle has high expectations of the Asian market. Nick Fitzpatrick talks to William Lowndes, Asia head, about the firm’s route to market.

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Executive Interviews

INTERVIEW: Joining the family

Dec 12, 2017

An acquisition has increased the visibility of Natixis investment managers in Australia. George Mitton talks to its local chief executive.

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.

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.