Nikko Asset Management’s (“Nikko AM”) Global Investment Committee (GIC) maintains its bullish stance on global equities despite geopolitical uncertainty in its latest House View, due to increasing confidence in economic growth amongst consumers and corporations in much of the developed world.
Nikko Asset Management announces that at its ordinary general shareholders meeting today Ms. Eriko Kawai was confirmed appointed as an outside non-executive director to the firm’s Board of Directors.
Nikko Asset Management today announces its Listed Index Fund Asian REIT (Listed Asian REIT; Ticker: 1495), a new Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) that invests in Asia’s Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The ETF will launch on June 22 and list on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) on June 29. This is the first such ETF in Japan targeting the Asian REIT market.
AsianInvestor has recognised Nikko Asset Management (Nikko AM) as Japan's 2017 Fund House of the Year for generating strong returns in Japan's negative interest rate environment. This is the sixth time in seven years that the firm has won the award*. Nikko AM's actively managed Japanese equity strategies demonstrated a record of investment excellence that drove growth in assets under management (AUM) throughout 2016.
Nikko Asset Management (“Nikko AM”) today announces the launch of its Emerging Markets Multi Asset UCITS Fund (the “Fund”), managed by Senior Portfolio Manager Rob Samson. Through Nikko AM’s partnership with geopolitical risk research and consulting firm Eurasia Group, the Fund uniquely integrates political insight and analysis in its robust investment approach, combining quantitative rigour with qualitative insights.
Nikko Asset Management’s (Nikko AM) Global Investment Committee (GIC) maintains its bullish stance on global equities, particularly for the United States and the Developed Pacific ex-Japan region in its latest house view, due to increasing confidence in economic growth by consumers and corporations in much of the developed world. The GIC also maintains a moderately underweight stance on global bonds, as yields are expected to maintain a gradual rise.