For Asian institutional investors, Bitcoin’s volatility, limited liquidity and voracious appetite for electricity will all be significant barriers – and including the cryptocurrency in traditional portfolios should only be undertaken by the seriously able
Fresh water is an increasingly scarce commodity in the modern world but there are opportunities for the astute and socially-motivated investor around water-related solutions
Arijit Das has already had varied career as a quant – from consulting, trading and investing. Two years ago he moved to the sell side to oversee model validation and model risk at a leading US bank and, here, he shares his insights on his working life
Recovery, survival and security will be the main strategy drivers for most financial institutions in 2021, according to Krzysztof Rojek, with AI set to play a bigger role in credit assumptions, replacing instinct with data
Every time you help someone, says Eric Sim, you invest social capital and it will grow over time as the people you help today will become more senior tomorrow and your ‘network will become your net worth'
As an appetite for deal-making in Asia grows, so too will demand for protection against the risks of mergers and acquisitions transactions
China is going in the opposite direction to all the other global central banks as the yuan strengthens while the notion of Asian consumers working hard and spending little is becoming increasingly outdated – and this all this adds up to one thing, the risk of inflation
GAM Investments’ Mark Hawtin and the Disruptive Growth team examine the buying frenzy around Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) and...
The legendary automaker is playing catch-up when it comes to battery-powered vehicles but now it’s teaming up with a South Korean firm to build EV power sources in the US
(AF) From a regulatory standpoint, cryptocurrencies have come a long way from the wild wild West of the early 2010s....