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.
Zeal Asset Management has been authorised to launch a fixed income fund in Hong Kong, according to records from the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).
The Taiwan Stock Exchange has approved Taishin Securities Investment Trust's application to launch three ETFs that track MSCI indices, according to a statement from Taiwan’s bourse.
William Yuen, co-manager of Invesco’s PRC Equity Fund, discusses long-term investing in the China market.
Difficulties in getting fund sales approvals and lack of demand from investors make Asia’s fund managers reluctant to join the Asean Collective Investment Scheme (CIS), according to Andrew Gordon, managing director for Asia at RBC Investor and Treasury Services.
Morningstar Asia downgrades a Franklin Templeton fund, places Allianz and Goldman Sachs products under review and initiates coverage for MFS and Mirae Asset funds.