Asian corporate bonds are becoming a draw

Category: Asia, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Global, U.S.A.
By Natalie Leung

Institutional investors in Asia tend to have a strong attachment to fixed income, but are steering away from government debt to corporate bonds as they look to mitigate the impact of events in developed markets, including rising US rates, according to Manu George, senior investment director for Asian fixed income at Schroder Investment Management (Singapore)

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