More board seats are now allocated to women, and companies have also shown growing interest in diversity beyond gender.
Ping An of China Asset Management hires new MD and fixed income head; Two senior executives leave HKEX; Prudential Thailand names chief actuary; Fidelity promotes new head of equities in China; BlackRock relocates Eric Liu to Shanghai as fixed income head; WTW appoints new head of crb for Hong Kong; and more
Recent volatility hasn’t changed the appeal of the $20 trillion China bond market, and index inclusion is playing a key role in driving investor demand for China fixed income ETFs, according to a recent AsianInvestor webinar, in conjunction with Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX).
The regulator pledged to broaden its capabilities in digitalised infrastructure to provide more data and analytics services to issuers and investors.
VP Bank hires former GIC equities head; HKEX hires head of asset accumulation in sales and marketing; Cbus hires executive from LUCRF Super; Amundi promotes North Asia (ex. China) institutional business head; BNP Paribas Asset Management loses head of stewardship for Asia Pacific; Natixis Investment Managers adds its first Asia-based member of the management committee; and more.
HKEX names co-head of emerging business development; Manulife IM appoints Singapore CEO; BNP Paribas promotes APAC sustainable expert; WTW appoints senior heads in Singapore; MSIG Asia appoints new chief executive, and more
Calpers hires Nicole Musicco as CIO from OTPP, where she set up its first Asia Pacific office; Australian small caps equities director leaves Rest Super; BlackRock hires new head of institutional for Asia Pacific; Schroders investment director joins Capital Group in Singapore; HKEX reappoints advisory council members and board members; and more
Hong Kong and Shanghai bourses lagged their global rivals in fund raising in 2021, but that could all change this year.
The Stock Connect has contributed net inflows of Rmb1.5 trillion and HKD2.1 trillion into mainland A-shares and H-shares, respectively.
Chief executive Eddie Yue highlights the urgency of providing greener banking system, and explains how Hong Kong could help Chinese green bonds issuers.
Greater China investors plan to increase exposure to exchange-traded funds, a new report finds, as HKEX waives fixed-income ETF fees and lists first ETF cross-listing with Shanghai.
Despite eye-watering returns, there are strong signs that Spacs have reached a tipping point even as Singapore and Hong Kong weigh listings.