Asian institutional investors focus on quantitative risk management

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Asian institutional investors are increasingly looking for quantitative risk reports and numbers when managing their portfolios, according to Addy Suhut, head of risk and analytics at Malaysia-based AmInvestment Group.

A combination of corporate culture and issues over data quality have meant that Asian institutional investors have traditionally made much less use of quantitative metrics than their European and North American peers, however Suhut, speaking in Hong Kong on April 24 as part of a

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