Features

  • July 2010

    Where do the 2009 start-ups stand?

    July 21, 2010

    With many of last year's start-ups having had almost 12 months to prove their investment and operational mettle, AsiaHedge takes stock of their success quotient

  • Old hands show their strength in Asia

    July 21, 2010

    AsiaHedge's New Funds Survey shows interest in new launches very much continuing, with as many as 53 funds mopping up a total of $2.13 billion in assets during the first half of 2010, though much of that looks like redistribution of assets

  • Administrators line up to cater for an institutional future in Asia

    July 21, 2010

    HSBC still leads, followed by Citco, in the annual AsiaHedge administrator survey. But the competitive landscape is clearly changing in what remains a fragmented market

  • Marshall Wace finds its feet in Asia thanks to TOPS and GaveKal JV

    July 21, 2010

    London-based Marshall Wace made a decision to invest aggressively into Asia during the financial crisis, which has helped it emerge as a robust business able to handle the Asian volatility