This annual report undertakes a comprehensive examination of Asia’s institutional landscape and outsourcing opportunities for external asset managers. It focuses on market sizing and addressability, institutions’ investment behavior, strategies and allocation plans, outsourcing practices, manager selection, use of consultants, and other trends in Asia’s institutional asset management industry. It also highlights asset owners’ requirements from managers in managing assets, institutional investment strategies sought, opportunities beyond top-tier institutions, and the take-up of environmental, social, and governance investments among Asian institutions. The report provides in-depth analysis of the institutional markets of China, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
Data comes from 70 interviews with the region’s largest institutions and asset managers, and surveys of the biggest asset owners and regional managers.
Reasons To Purchase:
- Explore market sizing and opportunities in terms of investable assets and addressability as Asia asset owners diversify and move offshore;
- Analyze key trends among institutions in terms of behavior, needs, and preferred strategies;
- Gain insight into institutions’ manager searches and mandate awards, manager selection, termination criteria, and servicing requirements;
- Identify opportunities and entry strategies for asset managers in Asia’s institutional space; and
- Uncover what asset managers in the region are doing to better cater to Asian institutions’ needs.