The next generation in India is embracing equity funds, a trend that could help a growing swath of money managers achieve profitability.
Regulators defuse the explosive growth of e-commerce friendly money market fund's initial manager, even as other managers rush in.
Currency hedging could help Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund weather a global economic slowdown.
Japan Post Insurance's managing executive officer says a looming slowdown makes this "the best time to buy" U.S. investment-grade bonds.
The success of MSCI's initial small-scale A-shares inclusion in its indexes sets the stage for more substantial follow-up.
South Korea's Public Officials Benefit Association is adding active and liquid exposures to prepare for the eventual end of the bull market.
Money managers and asset owners say they have emerged from the financial crisis better able to cope with risk and liquidity challenges.
Some investors and money managers made it through the global financial crisis relatively unscathed.
Credit analysts, who helped firms like MFS and T. Rowe weather the GFC, could play a key role in coping with a liquidity-challenged market.
Some money managers and asset owners say the financial crisis' disruption spurred organizational improvements that made them stronger.
China's increasingly sophisticated management of its economy may help support markets hit by trade war fears.
Textron seeks incremental alpha from regional mandates even as it moves to make its portfolio more resilient should sentiment flag.
Japanese and Asian asset owners add European, global flavors to U.S.-dominated credit portfolios amid rise in hedging costs, trade tensions.
China Investment Corp. reported a record 17.6% gain on its overseas investments as the fund celebrated its 10th anniversary.
Markets have reacted cautiously to Malaysia's first change of government in 60 years, but many observers see long-term promise.
Darren Stevens takes on a new position with Mercer at the helm of a business with A$23 billion in assets and 2.1 million members.
President Trump's trade gambit has ratcheted up uncertainty and left investors hoping cooler heads will prevail.
The "synchronized" drop in equity and bond prices is seen as temporary but could prompt investors to consider more derivative-heavy options.
The lure of garnering alpha in an inefficient market is attracting a vanguard of U.S. pension funds to invest in China's A-shares market.
Asset owners are seeing a growing number of strategies designed to take the sting out of a market correction.
Once burned but confident that more control, oversight and transparency can make it work this time around
Overseas investors remain wallflowers at "One Belt, One Road" infrastructure party.
Mervyn Tang joined MSCI ESG Research in Hong Kong as vice president and head of ESG research for the Asia-Pacific ex-Japan region.
The rise of the middle class in India and Africa could prove a trump card for a global economy otherwise facing long-term headwinds to growth.
Market participants foresee mighty oak tree growing from MSCI's China A shares acorn.