Hong Kong wants to be new home for UK's HSBC

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority announced that it would welcome the biggest bank in the U.K., HSBC, to move their global management center from London to Hong Kong.


Japan’s ETF market looks set for resurgence

After decades in the wilderness, there are long­term domestic drivers at play to suggest that Japan’s exchange­traded fund market is bouncing back and luring foreign providers.


Cultural awareness seen as key for Asian family offices

The increasing popularity of family offices in Asia means that managers will need to adapt to their needs and be aware of their desire for a hands­on approach, speakers tell AsianInvestor's Family Office Forum.


Adviser reputation hits all-time low

The public image of the financial advice profession is at a historic low, according to the latest Roy Morgan Image of Professions Survey 2015.


Transferring and sustaining the family wealth

The economic centre of gravity has been shifting back to Asia, and much of Asia's success is owed to a remarkable generation of entrepreneurs whose vision and hard work lifted them, their families and their societies out of poverty.


Thumbs up to Afro-Asia cooperation

This last week marked the 60th anniversary of the Asian-African Conference, which in its 1955 inaugural gathering brought leaders from Asia and Africa to Bandung in Indonesia to discuss the role of the developing world in the future global economy, peace


Hindujas lose top spot in UK rich list

NRI industrialists Hinduja brothers have been displaced as Britain’s wealthiest family on a rich list released here on Sunday which was topped by Ukrainian music baron Len Blavatnik.