Key business strategies spanning Asia Pacific
Future outlook for institutional and retail capital flows
The Asia Institute CEO Annual Meeting is a unique environment for peers to share and learn from each other in a private forum without the presence of service providers,
the media or clients.
Globally, asset managers are under significant stress. Lower returns, poor active manager performance and a slowdown in mandates awarded, have combined to exacerbate fee pressures. In a world of lower revenues, having the right strategy for the right markets and clients, while maintaining operating efficiencies, is critical for survival.
Within this environment, the chief executive is charged with the role of developing strategy and leading process, product development, people and sales to navigate through the uncertainty of rapidly changing client needs, regulations, technology and competition across vastly different markets. But navigating safely is not enough, the chief executive is also tasked with finding paths to growth.
The Asia Institute is a private membership group for asset managers looking to grow their institutional business in Asia Pacific. For more information visit the Asia Institute website here.
Chief executive officers and deputy chief executive officers of asset management entities that are part of the Asia Institute membership.
Approximately 30 heads of business of asset management entities.
The Meeting provided great engagement and networking opportunities for all Asia Institute members. It was very well managed!
Benjamin Li, Head of Business Development, APAC, RAM Active Investments SA
The Asia Institute is a private membership for leaders of asset management firms across Asia Pacific. Through a combination of targeted and tailored meetings, the Asia Institute is the most senior platform for members to meet with leaders from their industry and key clients from across region.