Singapore investors still hurting from financial crisis: study
High net worth individuals in the city state are holding cash, but are looking to move back into equities for fear of missing out.
1MDB scandal could impact Malaysia’s sovereign rating: S&P
Political risks ahead of the parliamentary elections, as well as liabilities arising from the sovereign wealth fund, could hinder the country’s creditworthiness.
Mix ESG with Islamic finance for good returns: research
Islamic finance’s history of outperformance could be further enhanced by blending it with ethical investing, according to Sedco Capital.
MiFID's impact on Asia could be 'messy'
Many questions remain over just how the unbundling of research from trading will work in global asset management firms.
Expect turbulence in markets, DBS CEO says
Markets will struggle to absorb rapid pace of technological and geopolitical change, Piyush Gupta said.
Shareholders approve Standard Life-Aberdeen merger
The $14 billion tie-up would create the UK’s biggest asset management company.
Millennials will drive switch to robo-advisors
A generational shift in high net worth clients will push banks to adopt new technology.
Hong Kong regulator wants tighter rules, more global access
The Securities and Futures Commission said that it will develop more market access deals and tighten regulations.
Outflows stories are ‘exaggerated’, says UBP South Asia chief
Ranjit Khanna and Febby Avianto talk about what's changed post-tax amnesty.
Low volatility strategies to cash in on
Options, notes, hedge funds - private banks are recommending them all.