UBS Asset Management wins "The Strongest Foreign Asset Manager in China" again

  

23 Apr 2020

UBS Asset Management has again been named the strongest foreign asset manager in China, according to a new report by Broadridge, a US data and research firm.

The China Power Ranking is part of Broadridge Financial Solutions’ biannual China Navigator Report that grades global fund managers in China using six criteria, including size of China fund assets under management, the extent of its business scope, local operational strength, brand perception in China, global investment strength and how the firm prioritizes China within its greater strategy.

UBS AM achieved its first position by scoring highly in Broadridge’s ranking in terms of brand perception, in which it ranked above all other foreign managers, and due to its total China fund AUM.

Broadridge’s Top 10 China Power Ranking for foreign managers

Rank

Rank

Firm Name

Firm Name

Overall Score

Overall Score

Rank

1

Firm Name

UBS Asset Management

Overall Score

8.0

Rank

2

Firm Name

J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Overall Score

7.8

Rank

3

Firm Name

BlackRock

Overall Score

7.3

Rank

4

Firm Name

Invesco

Overall Score

6.2

Rank

5

Firm Name

Schroders

Overall Score

5.4

Rank

6

Firm Name

Fidelity

Overall Score

5.2

Rank

7

Firm Name

AXA IM

Overall Score

5.1

Rank

8

Firm Name

DWS

Overall Score

5.0

Rank

9

Firm Name

Eastspring/Prudential plc

Overall Score

4.9

Rank

10

Firm Name

Allianz Global Investors

Overall Score

4.8

“We are delighted that our long-term commitment to China has been recognized by this ranking. Recent events have brought great interest from clients wanting to know what the future holds for China's economy and what it means for their investments. We have been on-the-ground in China for over 20 years which means we are well positioned to support clients with the investment solutions and insights they need to help them navigate this important market." - Raymond Yin, Head of Asia Pacific and Head of China onshore at UBS Asset Management.

Adrian Chen, General manager of UBS Asset Management (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., also said: "As China continues to liberalize its market, domestic investors are looking to both traditional and alternative assets for diversification.  UBS Asset Management now has sixteen products, the highest in terms of number and breadth among all WFOE PFMs, across various asset classes, including Equity, Fixed Income, Multi-Asset, and Fund of Hedge Funds.  We are also in the process of establishing long-term partnership with distributors in China so that we could grow together to meet needs of onshore investors."

"China is accelerating the opening its financial markets.  More and more options are available for global asset managers like UBS AM.  Our goal is be the "First Call for China" and we are doing that by delivering innovative product designs, stable investment styles,  and responsive infrastructure for regulatory changes.  We have a strong and long-term commitment in growing our business in China."  

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