The Chinese A-share market is “a bubble waiting to burst”, according to Schroders head of Asian equities in Singapore.
Old Mutual Global Investors has appointed a former Schroders employee to work as an analyst for its Dublin-domiciled umbrella fund.
As the United Arab Emirates grapples with the ongoing regulatory shake up, the larger players are causing a ‘flight to quality’ that will have widescale ramifications for the financial industry in the region. While largely positive, there are still a number of issues to iron out
A majority of fund houses in Hong Kong intend to use the Stock Connect in 2015 to access the China A-share market, according to a survey by the Hong Kong Investment Funds Association.
Schroders reported an 18% rise in profit before tax for the three months to 30 September, on the back of continued net inflows that outweighed the negative impact of a stronger sterling.
BlackRock claimed top spot in the gross retail sales table for the second consecutive quarter, the Pridham Report revealed on Monday.
Schroder Property has hired two property analysts for its global property securities team.
Schroders has appointed a head of Europe product and manager solutions to oversee its product management and strategy in Europe.
Following Schroders’ acquisition of Cazenove Capital last year, all of the UK fund manager’s private client business in Asia will come under the Cazenove brand name, according to Sandy Dudgeon, Cazenove’s managing director in Asia.
The firm says management of her two funds will be taken on by Matthew Hudson.
Terence Bong has left his position as Schroders head of international private bank sales team, Asia.
Global head of equities, Ken Lambden, is leaving Schroders to join Barings Asset Management as CIO.
The Financial Conduct Authority has charged a former Schroders equities trader with nine counts of insider dealing.
Schroders has launched a multi-asset fund which will use a risk-focused approach to generate stable long-term returns.
After one year in his new position as head of equities at Old Mutual Global Investors, Richard Buxton explains why he remains bullish and what he likes at the moment.
An overhaul of the controversial UAE fund regime introduced by the Securities and Commodities Authority last year is on the cards, International Adviser understands.
A healthy retail demand boosted assets under management at Schroders to a record high in the first quarter 2014.
The UAE has undergone a regulatory revolution in recent years, placing its finance sector under increased pressure. The industry has reacted positively, and these changes are now paving the way for a more professional environment, according to leading figures from some of the largest asset management companies in the region
Earlier this year, International Adviser online editor Simon Danaher hosted a roundtable with some of the leading figures from the asset management industry in the United Arab Emirates.
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