After President Xi Jinping consolidates power at the People’s Congress this week, he is likely to turn his attention to three major economic reforms, writes T. Rowe Price’s Eric Moffett.
The “outdoor active” sector is benefiting from a structural change in consumer behaviour, writes Munro Partners’ Nick Griffin – and it is creating plenty of opportunities for investors.
The introduction of the New Payments Platform in late 2017 is likely to spell good news for both asset managers and investors, writes Link Fund Solutions’ Simon Wunder and JP Morgan’s Guy Feibish.
Despite Angela Merkel’s victory in the recent German election, the increased level of support for extremist parties has some investors worried, writes Franklin Templeton’s Peter Wilmshurst.
The introduction of corporate collective investment vehicles (CCIVs) will be a “game changer” for the Australian funds management industry, writes Holley Nethercote’s David Court.
UniSuper recruits Merill Lynch analysts
ACSA hires former director as CEO
AMP Capital appoints director in Dubai
Getting on board the ‘grey nomad’ caravan
What’s next after Xi consolidates power?
How the NPP will transform investing