Magazine issues»March 2019

Ashmita_ChhabraAsian wealth is projected to grow at 14% per annum between 2017 and 2022 compared to 11% globally, according to Boston Consulting Group.

Osaka-Shi_JapanLooking ahead to the rest of the year, investors in Asia share their views on risks and opportunities in Indonesia, Vietnam, India and Japan.

Stephane_KarolczukTraditionally, asset managers in the People’s Republic of China have relied on offshore companies in fund centres such as the Cayman Islands or the British Virgin Islands for the structuring of their international investments and PERE funds.

Ashley_DaleAshley Dale, Harvest Global Investments

Chi_LoA change in China’s economic management policy has made its policy time lag longer, more uncertain and more unstable than in the old growth model, says Chi Lo, senior economist for Greater China at BNP Paribas Asset Management.

Man_in_boatEuropean managers have a simple temporary solution to keeping their UK distribution rights after Brexit – but UK managers must contend with evolving substance rules to keep theirs in the EU.

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Executive Interviews

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Executive interview: Nicolas Moreau’s orderly transition

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Roundtables

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Strong ESG credentials strengthen the case for Singapore as a leader in Asia of the post-Covid recovery. Our panel discusses the risks and opportunities.

Roundtable: How well geared are Japanese assets for a new world?

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As we prepare to emerge from Covid, experts look at overcoming demographic issues through a combination of good tech and corporate governance, improving productivity and meeting an ambitious government carbon emissions reduction target. Chaired by Romil Patel.