Reflecting on how best to use his experience, former hedge fund industry guru Paul Smith wants to help investors improve how they deploy money, and talks "purposeful capitalism".
Hong Kong fund industry veteran points to a future where capitalism is redefined and technology helps traditional financial services meet the challenge.
Asia now accounts for half of all CFA certification candidates and has better female member representation. The CFA Institute also aims to open a Shanghai office, says its regional MD.
Nick Pollard takes the reins at the investment association from Paul Smith, who has been overseeing the region as part of his duties as global head.
A report from the CFA Institute unveils some surprises about what asset owners expect, what they are prepared to pay more for and what they see as differentiators.
Individuals and institutions globally place more emphasis on transparency and ethical conduct than performance, finds a CFA Institute study exploring trust in the industry.
The UK fund house will be hoping veteran manager Paul Kirkby can boost the negative recent performance of its Japan long/short strategy.
Towers Watson's Peter Ryan-Kane provides some solutions to the funds industry's failure to meet long-term objectives, as a poll shows how little investment professionals think of their own sector.
AsianInvestor hosted the 4th Art of Asset Management Forum on May 19 at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Hong Kong. Here we present a gallery of photos.
Enthusiasm for exposure to China, India and Japan provided impetus for record seeding in 2014 and that is forecast to continue, although it has yet to translate into inflows.
Appointed president and CEO of the CFA Institute, Paul Smith will use the platform to seek change among the biggest fund management companies.
The reforms, though largely positive, will put pressure on certain industries in China, argue economists, who advise investors to pay close attention to the country's credit woes.