FMS Newsletter
  After a record 2021, when global markets scaled new highs, the current year has been challenging for public-market investors as central banks tightened financial conditions to tame inflation, supply-chain disruptions on account of the conflict in Ukraine, and slowing growth in China and Europe. As we look forward to 2023, we are delighted to present our latest perspectives to help banks and asset managers leapfrog competition and drive profitable growth.

Chanakya Dissanayake – Head of Investment Research

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  Annual Survey of Wealth Managers 2022
  We conducted a study of global private wealth managers for a third consecutive year to understand how best-in-class firms are reorganising themselves after the pandemic and rethinking their client offerings. Around 100 representatives of leading private wealth management firms responded to our survey, including CEOs, CIOs and heads of research and advisory who play an important role in growing assets under management and defining business strategy.  

Are global investors still “a bull in the China tech shop”?   The Great Migration – A look at the US fixed income market amid rising inflation and interest rates
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This paper focuses on why China is regulating the platform economy so strictly and how it is likely to evolve

  Learn more on how the US fixed income market is performing amid rising inflation and interest rates

Silver lining to the inflation curse   Can the China-US audit agreement save Chinese stocks from delisting?
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Know why markets are expected to overcome initial hiccups and grow through this period of gradually increasing interest rates

  Learn why global investors interested in the “China story” will likely find ways to keep invested in Chinese companies and continue to require credible research from reliable research partners

  Real Deals Award: ESG Due Diligence
  Solution focus  
Broker vote and scorecard automation tool   Forensic analysis
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The broker vote tool enables investment research firms to monitor, measure and analyse vote data to make strategic decisions

  Forensic analysis assesses the quality and sustainability of earnings by identifying accounting red flags via an in-depth review of financial statements and accounting policies, including a corporate governance assessment covering conflict of interest and key management remuneration structures

  In the news  
US-listed Chinese companies coming home to buoy mainland and Hong Kong exchanges   HR analytics – the ideal tool to build a happy organisation   Sourcing sustainability: the maturation of ESG lending
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  Acuity Knowledge Partners acquires Cians Analytics


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