Managers predict a year or two of transition for China's tech giants could provide good entry points for foreign institutional investors.
KKR raised a record $15 billion in less than 18 months for its KKR Asian Fund IV, overcoming considerable COVID-19-related challenges.
Malaysian e-payments leader is one regulatory hurdle away from launching a local version of Yu'ebao.
Nomura Holdings and SPARX Group set up a JV to list a fund offering individual investors the chance to invest in unlisted companies.
Pictet tapped its deputy wealth management CEO for Asia to head its private bank unit in Singapore.
A move by China's regulators to tighten the grip on high-flying e-commerce behemoths like Ant Group brings them incrementally down to earth.
Tencent's messaging app has become the latest political football put in play in the runup to the U.S. election, with fears of more to come.
Market participants say lessons learned, especially by regulators, during A shares' 2015 roller-coaster ride should rule out a repeat.
State Super is working with Neuberger Berman on machine learning as a complement to fundamental analysis in unconventional times.
Singapore's new VCC fund structure outpaces Hong Kong's fund domicile option at a time when market leaders like the Caymans face scrutiny.
Money managers think Hong Kong will remain the financial center of choice for investors who want to do business in mainland China.
Japanese public pension funds are set to take on more foreign bonds, and greater risk, to meet needs domestic bonds can no longer satisfy.
New case metrics end week on a positive note, with analysts awaiting further signs the worst has passed and bargain hunting can begin.
Malaysian retirement heavyweight EPF's i-Invest, with a 50-basis-point sales cap, is seen expanding demand for stock and bond funds.
Japan Post Bank exits hedge funds and slashes alternatives plans as some of the Goldman veterans drafted to manage its portfolio move on.
Chinese government bonds are looking attractive to investors as concerns of a global recession grow.
Odds of negative U.S. yields, once unthinkable, are rising as big economies globally show growing signs of weakness.
ETF providers focus on growing ranks of Asian institutions using U.S., Europe-listed ETFs to diversify their portfolios.
The opposition's surprise victory in Malaysia's elections a year ago promised a new dawn, but institutional investors aren't celebrating.
A number of foreign managers are racing to get arrangements in place to trade mainland bonds before weighting in indexes becomes material.
The dominance of retail investors in Shanghai and Shenzhen A-shares markets has made those markets a happy hunting ground for active managers.
MSCI's A shares hike will prompt record foreign inflows to China, but retail dominance likely to persist over the coming decade.
GLP and GIC said they will set up a fund in Shanghai to invest $2 billion in income-generating logistics facilities in China.
Two weeks of royal commission inquiries into financial sector misconduct turns up more in retail super funds than in industry funds.
Japan Post Bank ratchets up planned investments to alternatives to offset falling yields from Japanese government bonds.