Summer 2014

The Morningstar Hong Kong Fund Awards are designed to help investors around the world identify the year’s most exceptional funds and fund managers in Hong Kong, honouring those that have added the most value for investors.

GymnastMid-tier Chinese insurance companies are venturing into overseas investments, with international asset managers hoping to snap up mandates. Stefanie Eschenbacher explores the opportunities.

Andrew HendrySuccess is largely determined by whether asset managers get their funds on to private banks’ exclusive lists of recommended products. Stefanie Eschenbacher talks to Andrew Hendry of M&G Investments about servicing the super-rich.

TigerPrivate equity managers are increasingly seeking majority control of their investments and are pursuing a wider range of exit strategies. Stefanie Eschenbacher finds out why.

Nick CheungMorningstar Asia is adding to its range of products and services in the region, and chief executive officer Nick Cheung is expanding his operational and research teams to provide thought leadership, equity research and investment management services.

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Executive Interviews

Interview: Asia’s sweet spots

Jul 05, 2019

As the US-China trade war ramps up with a hike in levies, Tai Hui, chief market strategist for Asia-Pacific at JP Morgan Asset Management, tells Romil Patel where he identifies investment value.

Interview: Money needs a place to go

Mar 11, 2019

Peng Fei, chief investment officer at Wanwei Asset Management, tells Romil Patel about allocating capital across risk factors when asset performance is uncertain and unpredictable.

Roundtables

ESG roundtable: Are the ESG stars aligning across Asia?

Jul 05, 2019

Our panel of experts discusses driving higher ESG asset allocation in Asia, growing calls to address the global climate crisis and the importance of governance. Chaired by Romil Patel in Hong Kong.

Singapore roundtable: A money magnet

Mar 11, 2019

Our panel discussed why the Singapore Variable Capital Company makes them bullish, what gives the onshore jurisdiction an offshore feel and “blood on the streets” from China’s slowdown. Chaired by Romil Patel in Singapore.