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As a global asset manager, AXA Investment Managers believes that investment can make tomorrow a better place.

It enables growth, drives innovation and helps people achieve their goals. It’s about helping our clients

make the right investment decisions, while creating a positive change for the world we live in.


AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) is a subsidiary of the AXA Group.

In Asia, we have been offering asset management expertise to clients since 1998. We are a stable and trustworthy partner that

offers a comprehensive range of investment solutions to facilitate the growth objectives of our institutional and fund distribution clients.


Find out more about our Featured Strategies, including Evolving Economy, High Yield, Asian Short Duration and Sustainable Equity.


Responsible investment

Climate change: How investors can help deliver a Just Transition

Climate change is well understood as a systemic risk, but there is less understanding of how the transition to a low-carbon economy might affect society A Just Transition would seek to leave no one b ...

Fixed income

Fixed income outlook: Is the market overly hawkish?

After the bond bear market of 2021, valuations look more attractive in an environment where interest rate rises may already be priced in.


H1 2022 Asia and China outlook - Media Briefing Highlights (with playback)

AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) says that while inflation is currently the main theme and will remain so for the coming year, the underlying upward pressures have peaked in western economies and whe ...

Responsible investment

Carbon offsets: A necessary tool, but only under close scrutiny and precise conditions

If the world is going to limit global warming to +1.5°C from pre-industrial times, as set out in the Paris Agreement, global carbon emissions need to hit net zero by 2050. Every company will have a u ...

The Evolving Economy

A Few Hundred Billion Dollars Won’t Fix All the Shortages

Governments are making multibillion-dollar announcements to deal with the global chip shortage. That's unlikely to help at this point and only risks muddying priorities for the future.


Outlook 2022: Rates – Upward Pressure

The last line of defence: The term premium During 2021 we have seen a positive contribution to US Treasury yields both from interest rate and inflation expectations, while the term premium is only ma ...


Outlook 2022: US – Structural realignment to ease pricing pressures

The rapid rebound in demand across 2021 gave rise to severe bottlenecks in the supply chain. This has been evident in markets like lumber and iron ore, where prices have surged and then fallen. More ...


Investment Strategy outlook 2022: Coping with modest rate increases

As we head towards the second anniversary of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic the disease remains one of the key worries for investors. It continues to have the ability to disrupt demand and sup ...


Macroeconomic outlook 2022: Compression, decompression, absorption

2020 was a year of massive compression of economic activity. 2021 was a year of fast decompression, with demand catching up quickly as we were reopening, exerting significant pressure on supply, trig ...


Outlook 2022: Asian Equities – China: a different stage in the cycle

Following a strong year in 2020, Asian equity markets have faced a more challenging environment in 2021 as investor sentiment has been impacted by a series of macro factors, including the spread of t ...


Outlook 2022: Asian Credit - China Property rebound? Who will survive and can the damage stay contained?

Asia credit has been dominated by the struggles of China property developers in the second half of 2021. With bonds repriced significantly after Evergrande’s liquidity strain, China property has sing ...

Responsible investment

Financing sustainability in developing countries

COP26 is all about the international community helping design and deliver a more sustainable future for both people and the planet. But while the steps that developed countries are taking have come u ...

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