Investment Week is delighted to announce the winners for this year's Investment Company of the Year Awards.
2016 saw $366bn in online sales in China
Since its accession to the WTO in December 2001 China has accounted for an increasing share of the global economy. Helped by fast export and investment growth it remains an engine of trade and is expected to generate some 35% of global growth over the...
China's debt could reach $7.6trn by year-end
Low interest rate environment
Markets went into freefall
Economy in 'reasonable health'
Will host in 2020
NN Investment Partners' Robert Davis asks if the market has fallen in love with the 'story' at the expense of remembering valuations.
Investors should adopt a total return approach in the current environment according to Matthews Asia's Yu Zhang
Fidelity and Man GLG also winners
Ceremony on 22 November
Underperformed other developed markets
'Emphasis on active portfolio management'
Few individual stocks have generated as much excitement this year as the US FANGs: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google (now Alphabet).
Effective from 29 September
Three macro trends should shape the Japanese economy over the next couple of years.
Unusually compelling valuations
Joining from Asian boutique
Both agree urbanisation to provide significant boost
One year on from historic vote
Since China launched its $600bn stimulus in 2008 as a response to the global financial crisis, investors have waited for the hangover to arrive as debt levels continued to mount.
Set to decide on 20 June
Heartwood's Michael Stanes