Banks take more selective approach to product shelf
Lionel Florentin, head of distribution for Amundi in South-east Asia, tells Hubbis about the shift by private banks to more of a preferred-partner approach to their platforms, and looks at some of the considerations for investors in relation to income strategies.
Why investors must take a more balanced approach to income
Eddy Tsoi, head of fixed income advisory at BNP Paribas Wealth Management in Asia, talks to Hubbis about key considerations for investors to manage and fully understand the exposure in their portfolios to income-generating products.
Taking a more strategic approach to emerging markets
Simon Godfrey, head of investment specialists in the emerging markets group at BNP Paribas Investment Partners in Asia, talks to Hubbis about where to find opportunities in emerging markets, and how to view their role within portfolios in today’s risk-on / risk-off world.
Creating a successful fund distribution strategy in Asia
Xav Feng of Lipper reveals the components of effective fund distribution strategies in Asia, and looks at trends and appetite for UCITS funds.
How to select fund managers
Moz Afzal of EFG Asset Management explains some of the key due diligence techniques and decision-making criteria to select the right fund managers.
Developing a discretionary portfolio culture in Asia
Moz Afzal of EFG Asset Management discusses the potential for more money to be put into discretionary portfolios in Asia, and explains what banks and advisers can do to help this gather momentum.
Key considerations when buying income products
Henry Wong of BEA Union Investment Management Limited discusses the various factors which influence the investment decisions for buyers of income products.
How to drive more discretionary mandates
Adam Tejpaul, head of investments at J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Asia, talks to Hubbis about the importance of discretionary mandates for the region’s wealthy, and what it takes to encourage clients to put their money in someone else's hands.
Striving for rational portfolio construction
Danny Howell, head of wealth management for Towers Watson in Asia, talks to Hubbis about the challenges for investors in being rational about how they create their portfolios, and explains some ways to try to overcome these.
A partnership approach to product strategy
Lennie Lim, managing director and regional head of Legg Mason in Asia, talks to Hubbis about the firm’s focus on strategic partnerships to help it not only meet investor appetite, but also stand out amidst its 100-plus competitors.
Building a more rounded portfolio
Danny Howell, head of wealth management for Towers Watson in Asia explains some of the products and strategies for investors to create effective and suitable portfolios.
Building more efficient and rational portfolios
Sandro Steiner, partner and managing director of independent asset manager OLZ Wealth Management in Singapore, explains how to advise investors effectively, so they get efficient and liquid portfolios where they actually understand the risks they are taking.
Understanding the hunt for yield
Eleanor Wan, chief executive officer of BEA Union Investment Management, explains some of the trends in relation to the strong investor appetite for yield, and outlines some buying considerations in today’s environment.
Finding growth opportunities in Asian equities
Sharat Shroff of Matthews Asia looks at the current opportunities in Asian equities, and explains how to find them while at the same time mitigating the associated risks.
The role of dynamic asset allocation in generating performance
Ron Lee, head of investment advisory, private banking, at Union Bancaire Privee in Asia, explains how clients are now looking to generate investment performance, and the role of dynamic asset allocation in the process.
Being a smart investor in volatile times
Victoria Ip, managing director and Asia Pacific chief investment strategist at Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management, reveals some of the opportunities and approaches in the current landscape for private clients to manage their portfolios, looking at ways for them to generate income as part of how they adjust their asset allocations.
Creating a robust equity dividend strategy
Stephen Thornber of Threadneedle Investments reveals his investment process in creating a robust income-generating equity portfolio, and explains what investors should look for.
UBS steers towards more scalable and active advisory offering
Alexander Kobler, regional head of investment products and services for UBS Wealth Management in Asia Pacific, discusses how the advisory model is increasingly been driven by more focused and active asset allocation decisions, enhanced by smarter and more industrialised technology offerings.
Clients take steadier and more diversified approach to uncertainty
Alfred Mak, head of investment products & advisory at Bank of East Asia, talks to Hubbis about trends in client appetite to deal with volatile markets and an uncertain outlook, and the greater buy-in for proper asset allocation.
How to buy art for investment
Phil Whittaker of Sotheby's Institute of Art discusses and analyses the various ways that people can buy art for investment purposes, and explains the fees involved.
Where commodities fit in portfolios
Nicolas Robin of Threadneedle Investments explains where he sees commodities playing a role in investor portfolios, and addresses certain misconceptions about this asset class.
Finding suitable assets in an uncertain environment
Ashok Shah of London & Capital looks at the types of asset classes and products which make sense given today’s economic situation and outlook.
Making the most of investing in Asia
Urs Brutsch of HP Wealth Management explains the approach that European-based external asset managers (EAMs) should take when investing in Asia.
Approaching managed portfolios with a new mindset
Helen Ng, managing director, head of private clients and portfolio management for GAM in Asia, explains how market volatility and uncertainty have impacted expectations, asset allocation, and the way clients view and run their portfolios.
Understanding art as an investment
Phil Whittaker of Sotheby's Institute of Art explains the motivations behind why people invest in art, what they invest in, and some of the pitfalls and other considerations in the process.
Using dividend strategies to generate income
Robert Horrocks of Matthews explains how investors can use dividend-paying stocks as a way to generate income in their portfolios, and looks at how they can tap these opportunities.
Getting access to income
Adam Tejpaul, head of investments for J.P. Morgan Private Bank in Asia, talks to Hubbis about trends and opportunities in income-enhancing products, and looks at the best ways for investors to deploy such strategies in their portfolio.
How to differentiate your product offering
Given the uncertainty and volatility in the global markets, clients are getting more conservative and defensive, demanding a higher degree of transparency and yield.
Understanding yield-enhancing products
James R Rieger of S&P Indices looks at how investors can create income within their portfolios, and explains issues and considerations to bear in mind around yield and also inflation.