Institutional assets available to asset management firms in Asia topped $3 trillion for the first time this year, as central banks, large pension funds and other institutional investors continued diversifying their portfolios and outsourcing assets...
U.K. investment managers are working to maintain and enhance profit margins in the face of downward pressure on management fees.
In their ongoing search for yield, German institutional investors are trimming allocations across fixed income and shifting funds to real assets and certain equity products.
The results of the Greenwich Associates 2018 Continental European Institutional Investors Study reveal three prominent trends that are changing European portfolios and creating new opportunities for asset managers competing in the region.
Indian companies are increasingly moving away from the traditional practice of concentrating most of their banking business with their biggest lenders. Instead, they’re seeking out and rewarding banks with the best product/platform capabilities.
The continued pressure on plan sponsors to close funding gaps while simultaneously managing risk budgets is forcing U.S. institutional investors to take a hard look at their portfolio allocations.
Throughout the least volatile year in recent memory, banks around the world invested heavily in their FX businesses. Most were working to keep up with Citi and J.P. Morgan...
Asia’s corporate banking market as a whole is in the midst of an accelerated evolution, as large companies and a growing list of global, regional and domestic banks work to sort out who is—and who wants to be—relevant to whom.
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