A Hang Seng Bank poll shows that mainland investors are keen on increasing global allocation and on using passive products.
Front office private banking and wealth management professionals in Hong Kong are paid more than their Singapore counterparts, according to the Hays’ 2017 salary survey.
FSA takes a look at the mutual funds shut down in the SAR in 2016, led by Lyxor, according to data from Morningstar.
Taiwan’s Yuanta Securities Investment Trust has filed an application to launch an ETF that would track the extremely volatile ChiNext Index.
The product is the first 10-year sukuk launched by an AAA-rated government, according to the HKMA.
Robert Mullane, managing director in the alternative investments and manager selection group at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses hedge fund fees and his fund of funds strategy.
Asian equities have given the US the finger. Despite Trump rejecting the TPP, the Asia stock market, as measured by the MSCI Asia ex Japan, was up 3.8% in sterling terms in January – a much better start to the year than all other major markets bar Latin America.
Equity inflows were $232m in 2016, but fixed income funds reached $21.9bn, almost double that of 2015, according to Morningstar data.