Invesco targets Asian institutions for alternatives

Carlos Higuchi moves to Hong Kong to begin marketing effort.

Invesco has been providing alternative investments geared to fit the more process-oriented tastes of institutional investors in the United States since 1992. In 2003 it brought that approach to Japan and has so far raised over $1 billion in assets. Now the firm is targeting traditional institutional investors in Asia ex-Japan. Spearheading this effort is Carlos Higuchi, an ex-Nomura Securities specialist in fixed-income structured products, who joined the firm in Tokyo in 2003 as Asia-Pacific head of alternative products, and...

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