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Rupert Kimber, Quaero Capital

The rewards and challenges of investing in Japan in the current climate

Many investors are unfamiliar with a country in which a stealth equity rally is taking place

Charles Chang

Fintech on Friday: China’s digital currency challenge

China has aggressively rolled out the e-CNY but the initiative has met with only partial success so far

Frederik Ducrozet, Pictet

China’s appeal as an investment destination dims but does not disappear

The world’s second biggest economy may have a questionable human rights record, slowing growth and a problematic relationship with the US, but it remains too important for investors to ignore

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People plus technology central to Asia’s future

With opportunities across Asia growing, private banks in the region are putting their own expansion plans in place

Arnab Das, Invesco

India struggles as Covid crisis intensifies

India faces a number of serious obstacles to economic growth even once it manages to put the pandemic behind it

Asian digital window

Will Asia's wealth managers embrace digital window of opportunity?

Changing client expectations combined with an internal appetite for innovation means Asia's wealth firms have a unique opportunity to overhaul their digital offerings

Qiaojia Li, Rosecut Technologies

Asia’s rich spur wealth management expansion

Asia’s wealth management sector is booming as a new generation of investors comes forward

Jackie Mau, HSBC

Recruitment drive central to HSBC’s Asian expansion plans

HSBC has ambitious plans to become the leading wealth manager in Asia, and Jackie Mau is tasked with delivering a refreshed ultra-high net worth pan-regional offering

Joseph Poon, DBS

Asian clients warm to broadening ESG criteria beyond investments

While high net worth Asians have traditionally used philanthropy to do good and invested solely for financial returns, things are changing

Charles Chang

The paperless potential of China’s digital currency

The digital RMB has the potential to stimulate both the Chinese and global economy, as well as benefitting the poorest in society

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