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From Regions / Asia / Japan October 22, 2013

Japanese company models more important than Abe’s success

Abenomics may be looking to modernise Japanese society and economy, but a number of its more innovative companies have been implementing changes for some time

From Regions / Asia / Malaysia September 27, 2013

Malaysia determined to lead world in Islamic finance

Malaysia appears well positioned to become the world’s leading provider of Islamic finance, with its market in sukuk bonds the jewel in the country’s crown

From Regions / Asia / Japan September 25, 2013

Henderson still bullish on Japanese equity

With the performance of stockmarkets around the world varying hugely so far this year, asset allocation calls are crucial

Mark Mobius, Templeton
From Regions / Asia / China September 25, 2013

Templeton’s Mark Mobius focuses on bigger picture

Emerging markets veteran Mark Mobius discusses uprisings, Sharia investments and what the future might hold for China

Manpreet Gill, Standard Chartered
From Regions / Asia / India September 24, 2013

Wealth managers remain upbeat despite Indian sell-offs

India is being hit harder than most by the flight of foreign capital from emerging markets, but the country must face up to its structural problems if it is to return to growth

Niamh Wylie, Coutts
From Regions / Asia August 28, 2013

Rout subsides to reveal opportunities in emerging market bonds

Emerging market bonds have always been volatile and the Fed’s comments about the end of QE saw large numbers of retail investors flee the asset class. But there is a sense the market overreacted and the sell off has created a buying opportunity

From Regions / Asia July 3, 2013

Banking stocks back on the menu

High net worth individuals appear to have finally overcome their fear of banking stocks, but allocations to the financial sector are very selective with US groups much more appealing than their European counterparts

From Regions / Asia July 2, 2013

North America back on top as wealth rebounds

North America and Asia-Pacific have led global levels of wealth to new highs, while indications are that high net worth individuals favour a streamlined approach to management

Daniel Murray, EFG Asset Management
From Regions / Asia / Japan July 2, 2013

Is Abenomics the right medicine for Japan’s ills?

Recent falls in Japanese equities have shaken some private bankers’ faith in the ability of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to fix the structural problems that plague his country

From Regions / Asia / China May 30, 2013

Stability amid Asian uncertainty

While worries over the global economy persist, meaning allocations to cash and fixed income continue, wealthy Asian investors are looking for yield in some selective local and international markets

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