The chief global strategist and head of emerging markets for Morgan Stanley Investment Management explains why growth has slowed and looks for signs of optimism worldwide.
Hong Kong’s tepid growth is forcing its banks to rely ever more on China for profits. That may be the easy option — but they should look further afield.
The six-month lock-up that cornerstone investors face with IPOs hurts liquidity, deters proper screening, and distorts share prices, bankers and advisers increasingly argue.
Banks must take the lead in adopting new technologies to provide the best financial services for their customers, writes Citi's head of global consumer banking.
The former central banker and financial watchdog in Hong Kong talks to FinanceAsia about regulating China’s markets.
Property developers and state-owned firms are the weak links in a likely chain of defaults. S&P Global Investors' Lee says China should act boldly to prevent financial contagion.
HSBC's chief executive writes for FinanceAsia's 20th anniversary issue on how the workshop of the world is becoming China’s Silicon Delta.
China should stay out of the limelight until it gets stock market regulation right.
The country goes to the polls Monday to elect a new president. Bankers, investors and executives have reason to be nervous.
Citi’s retiring head of Southeast Asia, Michael Zink, shares key insights he picked up in a 28-year-career that saw him work across the world.
The decision to cut 5% of Asian relationship managers at its wealth management arm is a tacit admission by the US bank that its targeting of lower-end millionaires was a mistake.
China’s interest in becoming a football power is growing, as is the wealth of its tycoons. Struggling UK football club Aston Villa might be a sound investment.
East Asia and Latin America have much to learn from each other but it will need curious minds on both sides.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission's public castigation of six local credit rating agencies is well overdue but welcome. The companies now need a thorough revamp.
Whether it’s from Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders, the anti-trade movement in the US presidential election would boost China’s prospects, not America’s.