With no shortage of macro-economic and political events over the past three months, The Trade Asia rounds up buy-side predictions across asset classes for the rest of 2016.
Life companies see inflows into multi-asset and derivatives strategies and Standard Life appoints head of derivatives trading almost a year after Steven Swann is promoted.
Toby Baker, Jeremy Ellis, Matt Howell and Chris Carlson join a team of 24 as Team T Rowe Price aims to raise thousands in charity cycle.
The world's largest bond fund manager sees €28 billion in outflows during the first half of 2016 but insists flows are steadying.
As investment group AMP Capital welcomes a new chairman, Joe McGrath asks the global head of dealing where the priorities lie for the trading team in the year ahead.
Paul Quinsee to succeed Martin Porter as global head of equities following his decision to retire.
Almost 60% of buy-siders have listed quality control of data as a top priority.
UBS Hedge Fund Solutions loses European leader to $13 billion London-based hedge fund.
Schroders aims to navigate 'difficult' markets with growth outside of Europe and a new team of data gurus to find alpha.
Traders in US look to scale back on commissions as regional dealers pick up market share.