Market volatility in the five vulnerable economies was muted during December, when US interest rates were raised.
Funds that claim to mitigate volatility have been put to the test over the last six tumultuous months. Which ones have actually navigated well?
An appeal to Asia’s wealth managers to create a clear and crisp distinction among themselves – or continue to see wealth leave the region.
Over the last month, almost all China-dedicated equity funds have moved into the red, and there were plenty of brand names among the worst performers.
Allocators and influencers in Asia take a positive view of managers who invest in their own funds – up to a point. Among them is Bryan Goh, Bordier's chief investment officer in Singapore.
Expectation is mounting that China is planning its own version of quantitative easing and investors weighing up how to play the world’s most populated country may struggle to assess the situation.