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Western asset managers aiming to capture the opportunities in Asia got it all wrong because they failed to understand the market, according to Charles Beazley of Nikko Asset Management. Stefanie Eschenbacher talks to him about the 'big three', expansion plans and the delayed stock exchange listing.
UTI International (Singapore) is readying a long-biased Indian equities fund. Stefanie Eschenbacher talks to Praveen Jagwani, chief executive.
Peter de Proft, head of Efama, relies on his members to find a collective voice in Europe. He tells Nick Fitzpatrick that other financial industries are gravitating towards more reasonable common ground.
Thomas Richter, CEO at Bundesverband Investment und Asset Management, talks to Stefanie Eschenbacher about regaining investors' trust after the financial crisis.
Reducing risk and complexity has been Yves Perrier' key contribution to Amundi, one of Europe's five largest asset managers, he tells Nick Fitzpatrick. A background in banking helped him see this need.
Jim Ross has been with State Street ever since it launched the first US-listed exchange-traded fund in 1993. He is now head of the company's $300-billion ETF business, SPDR. He talks to George Mitton.