Celebrating 40 Years in Asia Pacific

Grow Together

A trusted partner in Asia Pacific, we use our global reach,
local insights and on-the-ground expertise to help our
clients stay ahead of market changes.

Since opening our first office in Hong Kong in 1982, we’ve built a strong regional presence focused on understanding the cultural, financial and regulatory nuances that make conducting business in each APAC market unique.

Today, we’re proud to celebrate 40 years of helping our APAC clients reach their goals, and we’re well-positioned to support your future growth objectives.

Hear from Mostapha Tahiri, our head of Asia Pacific, on how the investment markets across the region have changed during the past 40 years, and the four key trends that are driving the future of asset management in the region.

 

Follow Our Progress

Financial markets in APAC have grown significantly since we put down roots in the region. So have we! From our now 16 office locations across the region, our extensive teams of local professionals deliver innovative solutions, deep market expertise, and relevant research and insights designed to keep clients ahead of fast-changing market trends and requirements.

SEE HOW WE’VE GROWN

 

Insights on Asia Pacific

The investment landscape in Asia Pacific is evolving, creating business and investment opportunities. To support institutional investors expanding into new markets and new asset classes, our regional experts share their perspectives on a range of topics.


Learning
Positioning APAC Asset Owners for Growth

Our investment experts discuss the changing landscape for asset owners in the APAC region and how they are looking to improve their operating models by building scale through mergers, geographic and asset expansion, and delivering low-fee returns and flexible investment options.


Learning
Learning from Experience – Making Better Use of ESG Data in Private Markets

The rapid rise in allocation to private markets and alternative assets is creating a number of challenges for investors, particularly with respect to ESG data. QIC’s Kate Bromley and State Street’s Rick Lacaille share some suggestions on how to improve the use of ESG data for private investments.


Learning

The Next Chapter: Asia’s Asset Management Industry

Over the last four decades, seismic shifts in areas ranging from China’s financial liberalization, to rapid digitalization and the emergence of ESG have radically transformed the fund industry in Asia. We outline three key trends that will shape the industry’s next chapter.