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By Leigh Powell | 7 March 2014
The top 15 active houses worldwide attracted over half of industry inflows last year, proving size matters. Their growth was driven by income funds, equity, multi-asset and ...
By Georgina Lee | 30 April 2013
Asset managers appear resigned to the drive by governments globally to collaborate on information exchange and withholding requirements for combating tax evasion, says JP Morgan.
By Elva Muk | 15 November 2012
The first warrants covering a physically backed A-share ETF are to be issued in HK, the first product of its kind to be used with an equity derivative. RMB warrants are ...
By Jame DiBiasio | 7 December 2009
Data from Lipper and Credit Suisse shows October and November have not been kind to the hedge-fund world, but annualised performance figures should be good enough.
By Joe Marsh | 24 November 2009
Post-crisis, there is greater pressure on managers of fund managers in Asia to justify their fees and provide more information about the funds they choose.
By Joe Marsh | 20 November 2009
Equity derivatives veteran Jeremy Kloiser-Jones will join Macquarie Securities in Hong Kong on December 1.
By The Editors | 8 September 2009
Preliminary results from our survey of Asian buy-sides show Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse enjoy broadest support.
By Simon Osborne | 27 May 2009
Credit Suisse hires Matt Pecot from UBS to head up its growing prime services team.
By The Editors | 27 February 2009
See photographs of speakers and guests at a seminar on managing cash for institutional investors held on Tuesday, February 24.
By Rita Raagas De Ramos | 14 January 2009
The J.P. Morgan Investor Confidence Index moves up slightly from the previous quarter when sentiment was at its weakest.
By Simon Osborne | 21 May 2008
The Shanghai extravaganza commemorates its fourth birthday and is now at monster-size, with over 300 firms flying in.
By Liz Mak | 2 August 2007
Foreign entrants grow in China as its mutual funds industry hits Rmb2 trillion, on track to reach Rmb3 trillion ($397 billion) by year-end.
By Jame DiBiasio | 28 March 2006
Ashutosh Sinha teams up with his younger brother to launch an Asia long/short hedge fund.
By Anette Jönsson | 23 March 2006
New business will span investment banking, capital markets and sales & trading
By Anette Jönsson | 23 March 2006
New business will span investment banking, capital markets and sales & trading
By Dan Slater | 23 March 2006
Morgan Stanley hires Kai Yang from Citigroup.
By Andrew Peck | 17 March 2006
The firm snags Jing Zhao in a game of musical chairs with Morgan Stanley.
By Andrew Peck | 14 March 2006
Andrew Rosivach internally transfers to lead Sydney-based team.
By Andrew Peck | 14 March 2006
Andrew Rosivach internally transfers to lead Sydney-based team.
By Sameera Anand | 3 March 2006
JM Morgan Stanley promotes two from within as joint heads of the Indian institutional equity business.
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Yes, once they reach a certain size
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Yes, they can destabilise markets
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No, they don't hold capital
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