The global bond ETF industry garnered almost twice the amount of capital from investors in the second quarter of 2017 as it did the year prior, thanks to sustained demand for EM debt passive products.
Asia-Pacific investors allocated $202bn to hedge funds in 2016, up from $180bn a year earlier, according to a Preqin report.
Capital Dynamics Asset Management and Daiwa SB Investments have received authorisation from Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission to sell their funds in Hong Kong, according to the regulator.
Yinhua Fund Management, an independent mainland asset manager set up in Hong Kong, received approval from Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission to sell a fixed income product in the SAR through the Mutual Recognition of Funds (MRF) scheme, according to the SFC.
Aberdeen Asset Management has launched two multi-asset funds in Singapore, the firm's first in this category to be offered in the city-state, according to a statement from the firm.
Deutsche Asset Management is delisting 16 DB x-trackers ETFs in Hong Kong, reducing by half the number of the firm's ETFs listed in the SAR, according to records from the Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing.
Malaysia’s CIMB-Principal Asset Management launches the country’s first China-focused multi-asset fund.
Samsung Asset Management will delist six ETFs in Hong Kong, while Capital Group received a green light to launch five mutual funds.