Top five investment houses in Asian local currency bonds for 2016 | Asset Benchmark Research
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Top five investment houses in Asian local currency bonds for 2017
Hong Kong
2017 Position
2016 Position
Investment House
1
2
HSBC Global Asset Management / Private Bank
2
-
China Life Franklin Asset Management
3
1
Manulife Asset Management
4
-
Allianz Global Investors
5
-
PineBridge Investments Asia
India
2017 Position
2016 Position
Investment House
1 =
1
ICICI Prudential Asset Management / Life Insurance
2
3
Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management
3
2
HDFC Standard Life Insurance
4
-
IDFC Asset Management
5
-
SBI Life Insurance
Indonesia
2017 Position
2016 Position
Investment House
1 =
1
Manulife Aset Manajemen Indonesia
2 =
2
BNP Paribas Investment Partners
3
4
Schroder Investment Management
4
3
Batavia Prosperindo Aset Manajemen
5
4
Ashmore Asset Management Indonesia
Malaysia
2017 Position
2016 Position
Investment House
1 =
1
Etiqa Insurance & Takaful
2
-
RHB Asset Management
3 =
3
Great Eastern Life Assurance
4 =
4
AmInvestment Management
5
-
Manulife Asset Management
Philippines
2017 Position
2016 Position
Investment House
1 =
1
Bank of the Philippine Islands
2
-
Metrobank / FMIC
3
5
Banco de Oro
4
3
ATRAM Trust Corporation
5
4
Philam Life / Asset Management
Singapore
2017 Position
2016 Position
Investment House
1 =
1
Eastspring Investments
2
1
Allianz Global Investors
3 =
3
Lion Global Investors
4
5
NTUC Income Insurance
4
5
Schroder Investment Management
Taiwan
2017 Position
2016 Position
Investment House
1 =
1
Taipei Fubon Bank / Fubon Insurance / Fubon Life Insurance / Fubon Securities
2
-
Yuanta Commercial Bank
3
-
Nanshan Life Insurance
4
-
Bank of Taiwan / BankTaiwan Life Insurance
4
5
China Life Insurance
4
-
Jih Sun International Bank
Thailand
2017 Position
2016 Position
Investment House
1 =
1
Kasikorn Asset Management
2
4
SCB Asset Management
3
5
Government Pension Fund
4
3
MFC Asset Management
5
-
Krungsri Asset Management
- Denotes no position in 2016
Methodology
The ranking for the top five investment houses in Asian local currency bonds is based on the number of votes, received from the top-rated analysts, economist and strategists, salespeople and traders, for investors in these institutions. The score is also subject to a weighting methodology which is determined by the rating of the individual casting the vote for the investors. More than 300 different institutions across the region including asset managers, insurance companies, banks and securities firms were evaluated to generate the 2017 ranking.
The awardees of top five investment houses in Asian local currency bonds for 2017 will be honoured at a gala dinner. Further details of the gala dinner can be found here.