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Christian Gattiker, Julius Baer
From Regions / Asia / Japan April 8, 2013

Private banks put brakes on inflation

With central banks prioritising growth over curbing inflation, investors are searching for safe havens in which to hide their assets from the threat of rising prices

Robert Aspin, Standard Chartered
From Regions / Asia October 26, 2012

Indian reforms re-ignite investors’ interest

The wave of reforms announced by the Indian government may be unpopular domestically but will open the country up to foreign investment

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From Regions / Asia October 26, 2012

A peek under the bonnet of leading private banks

Private banks need to be able to adapt if they are to find success, especially in the growth markets of Asia

From Regions / Asia / China September 26, 2012

Doubts creep in over emerging market outlook

Flows into emerging market bonds remain healthy despite low yields and worrying signs that China’s growth is slowing, but some fear investors will flee these markets if the good times come to an end

From Regions / Asia / Japan September 26, 2012

Investors wise to be wary of false dawn in Japan

Investors should take predictions of a Japanese recovery with a pinch of salt, but skilled stockpickers can undoubtly find value among the country’s companies

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From Regions / Asia / China June 29, 2012

Concern over Chinese slowdown overstated

China’s economic growth may be slowing but this is, at least in part, due to deliberate government policy and should not scare off potential investors

Rajesh Malkani, Standard Chartered
From Regions / Asia / Singapore April 23, 2012

Standard Chartered seeks northern exposure

Rajesh Malkani, head of Asian wealth management at Standard Chartered, discusses the opportunities opening up in China and how tighter regulations have strengthened Singapore

Hongbin Qu, HSBC
From Regions / Asia / China March 29, 2012

The gradual rise of the renminbi

China’s currency may have a long way to go before it reaches “reserve” status, but other nations are under no illusions as to the renminbi’s potential

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From Regions / Asia / China January 30, 2012

Western brands feed China’s love of luxury

The market for luxury goods is expanding, driven by the rising levels of affluence in emerging markets, especially China

From Regions / Asia / Indonesia October 17, 2011

Increased regulation a boon for Indonesia

Enhanced levels of regulation are forcing wealth managers in Indonesia to raise their standards, which should benefit clients and the industry in general

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