News by: Nick Tay
Here are the highlights from the Citywire Hong Kong forum on 14 May.
HONG KONG: Multinationals are muddying the QE waters warns economist Andy Xie at Citywire's latest Asia fund selector forum.
Team led by company CEO Mohamed El-Erian sets out strategy based on optimal policy path being followed.
The Royce Associates manager is holding around 300 stocks in order to fend off ‘left field’ risk in his US$452m fund.
Head of Japanese equities Wee Ban Yew expects increased growth among smaller players even if Abe takes his foot off the easing pedal.
In a research note, EFG’s Chief Economist Daniel Murray explains why the recent rally in Japanese equities is likely to be temporary.
The strong performance of HNWIs in the Asia-Pacific region will see Singapore overtake Switzerland as a wealth centre in the next seven years.
Malcolm Jones, investment director at Standard Life Investments shares the approach behind the absolute return strategy
Rajiv Jain, head of portfolio management at Vontobel Asset Management focuses on stockpicking first, macro second.
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