AAM hosted its 17th Annual Best of the Best Awards event online this year on August 18 2020.
Hear from some of the awardees their acceptance speeches and their thoughts on the industry in the current pandemic.
Asia Asset Management discusses the big trends shaping the sector: the ongoing consolidation in the industry, some lessons learnt, the impact of the ongoing pandemic and implications going forward, passive versus active strategies and the case for ESG investing.
The panellists featured are Professor Joseph Cherian, Practice Professor of Finance, NUS Business School, Stewart Aldcroft, Chairman Cititrust Ltd and Ismitz Matthew De Alwis, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer, Kenanga Investors Group.
Priscilla Luk, head of global research & design, Asia Pacific, at S&P Dow Jones Indices, speaks to Asia Asset Management about ETF trends in Asia and the significance of financial technology for index providers.
Tianyin Cheng, director, strategy and volatility indices, at S&P Dow Jones Indices, speaks to Asia Asset Management about how the company adjusts the factor bases of its smart beta index family, and how it helps asset owners to create sustainable investing solutions.
From the sidelines – Footage and feedback from AAM's 2011 Best of the Best Awards
Paul H. Smith, CFA, Managing Director, Asia Pacific at CFA Institute puts his finger on the pulse of the current financial climate and provides insight as to the role of the Institute from both a regional and global perspective.
Frank Henze, head of exchange traded funds, Asia Pacific, and Kevin Quigg, global head of strategy and consulting for SPDR ETFs at SSgA talk to AAM about the recent ‘East Meets West: Institutional Uses of ETFs’ survey and ETFs in general.
ETF guru Deborah Fuhr, partner at ETFGI, provides an authoritative overview of ETFs globally and more particularly in the Asia Pacific region to see where the smart money is headed...
Mark Lazberger, chief executive officer at First State Investments, talks to Asia Asset Management about the firm's operations globally and more specifically on its Asian ambitions.
Ka Shi Lau, chairman of the Hong Kong Trustees’ Association, talks to Asia Asset Management about the findings and the implications of a recent report claiming Hong Kong’s MPF has achieved its intended objectives as an occupational retirement savings vehicle.
The Chinese government unveiled the RMB qualified institutional investor (RQFII) pilot scheme in December 2011, which allows RMB raised overseas over to flow back into China's stock and bond markets. Asia Asset Management talks to Steve Chiu, managing director of Bosera Asset Management (International), in an exclusive interview to find out the investment strategies of his firm's first RQFII product as well as his perspective on the RQFII industry in general...