Investment Management

BNY Mellon Investment Management is the global investment management arm of BNY Mellon, currently managing US$1.9 trillion in assets as of March 31, 2018. Our goal is to build and manage investment strategies that address the ever changing needs of our clients.

In Asia Pacific, we are a trusted investment manager of choice for some of the region’s largest financial institutions, governments, sovereign wealth funds and high net worth individuals. With over US$100 billion of assets raised in the region*, we serve clients through our local offices in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Singapore.

Our multi-boutique investment management model encompasses the skills of world class specialist investment managers. Each has its own unique investment philosophy and proprietary investment process and each is a leader in its field. It is a structure that encourages an entrepreneurial, focused approach to investment and creates an environment in which each investment manager can best perform and build on its individual experience and organisational strengths in the development of new products.

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* As of December 31, 2014 and includes assets sourced by BNY Mellon Investment Management in the APAC region and the AUM that are directly distributed by our boutiques.

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Our Thinking

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Abenomics Can Shine Through in 2015

With the consumption tax hike and the election now behind us, benefits of Abenomics will be more visible in 2015. The strong December 14, 2014 lower house election results for the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) mean that the Japanese public has endorsed the government to continue with Abenomics.

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Economic & Capital Markets Outlook

Into 2015 the consensus portfolio positioning was to be long US and short, or underweight, Europe. One of the surprises to date has been a surge in European markets and a stall in US markets.

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The Triple Transition

This momentous historical achievement was, however, overshadowed by more immediate concerns. China’s economy last year was beset by falling property sales, deflating producer prices and sporadic defaults.

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