Joe Marsh

Managing Editor, AsianInvestor

Joe Marsh is managing editor of AsianInvestor. With 12 years' of experience in journalism, he previously held various roles at UK publisher Incisive Media from May 2000 to early 2009. He was most recently chief subeditor of Asia Risk magazine for three years. Before that, Joe was staff writer on Energy Risk magazine in New York and London.

Investors keeping Trump-Xi G20 hopes in check

Despite the market's improved mood music, investment experts have reined in their expectations for this weekend's Osaka summit and remain wary of the economic downside.
June 26, 2019

Counting the cost of a Prudential Asia sale

Speculation is rife that Chinese insurer Ping An is eyeing the Asian division of British peer Prudential, but other outcomes are being mooted. What would this mean for each firm?
August 12, 2018

Fullerton merging with NTUC Income

Fullerton Fund Management will manage the insurer’s public-asset portfolio as part of the all-Singaporean deal, say sources familiar with the matter.
August 31, 2017

Indosuez and CIC join WM consolidation trend

Credit Agricole's private bank in talks to buy CIC's Hong Kong and Singapore wealth business, but industry observers say merged operation may itself become a takeover target.
June 18, 2017

Global investors bullish on Japan private equity

Investors are increasingly bullish about the prospects for Japanese private equity, according to Coller Capital. However a few limited partners on the ground are calling the recent rush of fundraising the start of a bubble.
June 12, 2017

Singapore focuses on disclosure in review

The Monetary Authority of Singapore's corporate governance review will address two areas where more disclosure is needed, according to a member of the committee conducting it.
February 28, 2017

New Japan-Russia joint state fund lines up deals

Russia Direct Investment Fund and Japan Bank of International Cooperation will officially unveil the venture today. RDIF deputy CEO Konstantin Ryzhkov told FinanceAsia about its plans.
December 15, 2016