Joanne Warner, head of Global Resources at First State Investments has discussed her participation at the recent Pan-European Fund Selector Summit hosted by InvestmentEurope in Lausanne.
Joanne Warner, head of Global Resources at First State Investments, will discuss how the Resources Team perceives the resources cycle and their approach to investing in the resources sector at InvestmentEurope's Pan-European Fund Selector Summit 2014....
First State Investments is to close its First State Global Emerging Market Leaders Funds to new investors in order to protect the interests of existing investors.
Stronger mandates and a greater emphasis from asset owners in relation to ESG (environmental, social and governance) issues would accelerate their integration by asset managers, according to a survey conducted by First State Investments.
First State Investments intends to launch a local currency emerging market debt fund to sit alongside its existing hard currency open ended investment company (OEIC) which invests in the same sector.
First State Investments has appointed four investment professionals to its Listed Property Securities team, following the hire of Stephen Hayes as head of property securities in September.
First State Investments is set to open a representative office in Frankfurt am Main, continuing its expansion in continental Europe.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the parent bank of First State Investments, celebrates 100 years of history this year. A series of mergers and acquisitions – and some dissolutions – has resulted in Australia’s largest bank by market capitalisation,...
First State Investments has appointed Peter Mangano as senior analyst within the global resources team, based in Sydney.
First State is planning to launch a Worldwide Sustainability fund for David Gait later this year, according to reports in Investment Week.
First State Investments has appointed Will Oulton as Global head of Responsible Investment based in London and Pablo Berrutti to the newly created role of head of Responsible Investment Asia Pacific based in Sydney.
First State's joint managing partner Angus Tulloch is stepping back from his role to concentrate solely on fund management.
Institutional allocation to infrastructure investments is likely to grow given the drivers being seen across the region, argues First State Investments.