Reluctant to control interest rates
Round-up of investment manager trading updates
Round-up of asset manager trading updates
In the years prior to 1997, the countries known as the Asian tigers (Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand) experienced extraordinary economic performance along with macroeconomic stability.
Sees $1.4bn inflows during quarter
Brexit implications are 'manageable'
Four factors for a super-Goldilocks economy
Risen to $54.6bn
Average AUM falls 22%
EMs back in favour
According to analysis from Trendrating
Assets under management surpass $50bn
Left after nine years
Net revenues down 29% over H2 2015
Impact of digital technology and price pressures
Third non-exec role this year
Negative investment performance wiped out $4bn
Any decision on rates by the Federal Reserve this year could damage markets as the central bank's efforts have so far only resulted in lacklustre growth and 'bubble' asset prices, according to Jan Dehn, head of research at Ashmore.
Focus on emerging markets
How managers are exploiting 'mismatch between perception and reality'
Ashmore has seen further outflows during the first quarter of the year, as investors continued to take money out of emerging market products.
Ashmore Group saw assets under management decline by 15% during the last six months of 2014, as negative investment performance and investors' adversity to emerging markets weighed on the company.
What has been the best or worst investment theme of the past 20 years?
Where are the best Asian opps?