Aberdeen Asset Management
It Took Ten Years, but India Is Getting a Tax That Should Lift Growth
The country’s democracy can slow reform, yet Modi’s steady approach has prevailed on a goods and services tax. Investors should be no less patient.
August 15, 2016
Foreign Fund Managers Eye China’s Latest Market Opening
Initiative allowing foreign asset managers to set up wholly owned arms on the mainland attracts France’s AXA Investment Managers.
Allen T Cheng
July 31, 2016
Daily Agenda: Market Tranquility Amid the Violence
Four more asset management firms halt U.K. commercial property trading; U.S. economy posts 287,000 new jobs.
July 8, 2016
Corporate Governance in Japan: A Work in Progress
The work on Abenomics’ third arrow is promising so far, yet more needs to be done to ensure maximum value to shareholders.
July 4, 2016
New Schroders CEO Peter Harrison Inherits a Thriving Business
Formerly head of investments, Harrison succeeds Michael Dobson, who turned the firm into Britain’s biggest pure-play asset manager.
March 24, 2016
Look Beyond Silicon Valley for Venture Capital Opportunity
To find the next crop of tech start-up superstars, search past the Bay Area to Berlin or Bangalore.
February 21, 2016
Video - The Leading Edge
Aberdeen Rides Out Rough Markets
The U.K. asset manager has been hit hard by the slump in emerging-markets stocks, but CEO Martin Gilbert is keeping faith with the firm’s people and investment process.
February 10, 2016
Watching for Icebergs in the Global Economy
The financial industry needs to develop better tools to detect hidden risks that can tank markets.
October 4, 2015
Investors Put Emerging Hedge Fund Managers Under the Microscope
Even with five-year track records, newer hedge fund firms face close scrutiny from funds of funds and other allocators.
September 21, 2015
The Morning Brief: Hedge Clippers Protest Loeb, Cuomo
July 13, 2015