Asian Distribution Dynamics 2023
Exploring New Asset Classes and Channels
Identify and Capture Distribution Opportunities in Asia
- Size the key six markets in Asia
- Evaluate regulatory developments and implications for managers
- Examine fee trends and the adoption of exchange-traded funds (ETFs)
- Explore the prospects of using environmental, social, and governance (ESG) thematic funds in investment-linked plans
- Assess the investment needs of high-net-worth individuals and evaluate emerging opportunities in the family office segment
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Size and identify opportunities in Asia ex-Japan’s mutual fund markets. Covering the six key markets of China, Hong Kong, India, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan, this report focuses on key areas such as market sizing, product development, distribution strategies, and revenue and fee analysis.
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A Note from the Author
Alternative Investments Gain Popularity Among Asia’s Wealthy
Based in Cerulli's Singapore office, Leena is responsible for retail research in the Asian asset management industry. She is the lead analyst for the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) research practice in Asia and contributes to Asian institutional reports, Cerulli Edge publications, and consulting projects.
Prior to joining Cerulli, she was a deputy editor for an online financial publishing firm, covering the asset and wealth management industry in Asia. Previously, she worked with a real-time financial news and market data firm and an asset management company.
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Interest in onboarding alternative investments is growing among Asian distributors as they seek to promote these strategies to wealthy investors, who have increasingly warmed up to the asset class amid volatility in public markets.Cerulli’s research finds most Asia ex-Japan bank distributors expect the adoption of alternative funds by affluent, high-net-worth (HNW), and ultra-HNW investors to increase over the next two years. More than three-quarters (76%) of banks see HNW clients increasing their allocation to alternatives in 2023, and this proportion jumps to 86% by 2025.
In terms of strategies, 77% of banks in the region express interest in promoting private equity, with hedge funds following closely behind. Private banks are particularly keen on these two strategies, while retail banks have also shown a strong interest in real estate strategies.
To learn more, access Cerulli’s latest report, Asian Distribution Dynamics 2023: Exploring New Asset Classes and Channels. Explore the factors driving the adoption of alternatives, the strategies being sought, and distributors’ views on working with traditional and alternative managers.
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