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Mixed asset types pull in the money

Mixed asset funds, also known as balanced funds, are all the rage. Hongkongers are putting more money into these than any other fund type. To get an idea of what is out there, we look at two big funds launched this year by Fidelity and BlackRock. Both, coincidently, go by the name "Global Multi Asset Income Fund"

24 Jun 2013 - 4:49AM

Mixed asset funds, also known as balanced funds, are all the rage. Hongkongers are putting more money into these than any other fund type. To get an idea of what is out there, we look at two big funds launched this year by Fidelity and BlackRock. Both, coincidently, go by the name "Global Multi Asset Income Fund"

Mixed asset types pull in the money
Confessions of an ex-wealth adviser

Is your financial adviser working in your best interests, or simply chasing commission?  Former wealth adviser Devanshi Bhatnagar shares some insider knowledge.

22 May 2014 - 3:53PM

Is your financial adviser working in your best interests, or simply chasing commission?  Former wealth adviser Devanshi Bhatnagar shares some insider knowledge.

Confessions of an ex-wealth adviser
Asian bonds a gamble for iShares
They want you

Private banks generate huge revenue from ultra-high-net-worth clients. Devanshi Bhatnagar finds out to what lengths the banks will go to keep these accounts on their books.

22 May 2014 - 3:54PM

Private banks generate huge revenue from ultra-high-net-worth clients. Devanshi Bhatnagar finds out to what lengths the banks will go to keep these accounts on their books.

They want you
Two funds, two views of post-QE era

Two funds launched recently. One picked up the tried-and-tested income theme. The other offered access to mainland equities smack in the middle of a big sell-off. Although the mainland stock fund had unlucky timing, it is arguably the more forward looking of the two.

8 Jul 2013 - 2:31AM

Two funds launched recently. One picked up the tried-and-tested income theme. The other offered access to mainland equities smack in the middle of a big sell-off. Although the mainland stock fund had unlucky timing, it is arguably the more forward looking of the two.

Two funds, two views of post-QE era
Rise of the regionals

Regional banks are attracting the larger share of Asia's ever-growing private banking customers. Devanshi Bhatnagar finds out why.

3 Oct 2013 - 12:19AM

Regional banks are attracting the larger share of Asia's ever-growing private banking customers. Devanshi Bhatnagar finds out why.

Rise of the regionals