FSA presents a selection of research commentary released this week.
For a second time this month, Chinese state media disclosed details of a case involving insider trading at a mutual fund house. This time China Asset Management is involved.
Value Partners names Yu Xiaobao as head of China business; UBP’s operating expenses increase due to Coutts Asia integration; Blackrock’s ETF assets breach $1.5trn mark; Cerulli expects global mutual fund assets to hit $100trn by 2020; Singapore’s fintech association rolls out a comprehensive fintech directory; BofAML sees global fund firms allocate more to Japanese equities; Australia launches its first stewardship code for fund firms; and more…
Asian equity markets are up, but they are not in a bull market, according to Sean Taylor, Deutsche Asset Management’s Hong Kong-based managing director and Asia-Pacific chief investment officer.
The Securities and Futures Commission signed an agreement with the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to strengthen cross-border regulatory cooperation.
The gap between retirement dreams and projected reality has grown wider during the past year, according Allianz Global Investors’ survey of Hong Kong population.
Xuanji, a Beijing-based robo-advisor, announced plans to launch a fully automated portfolio service in Asia, its first foray outside China.
Hong Kong’s private wealth management assets reached HK$5.2trn ($670bn) in 2016, growing by 9% and increasing their share of the overall fund management business in the territory, according to a report by the Securities and Futures Commission.
US-headquartered Guggenheim Funds Investment Advisors has been granted a renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor (RQFII) licence by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), according to the regulator’s records.