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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, Short Duration Range and Sustainable Equity.


Research & Investment Strategy

Decoding China’s regulatory paradigm shift-Understanding the implications of pursuing ‘common prosperity

Sweeping regulatory changes in China have caught markets off guard lately and prompted confusion about Beijing’s intention behind actions that seemingly contradict its long-term strategy of building ...

Macro insights

AXA IM Talk on Asia & China Market: What to make of China’s ‘Common Prosperity’ push?

In this month’s video, our Senior Emerging Asia Economist Aidan Yao will walk you through the fundamental drive behind China’s recent regulatory storm – the strategy shift to ‘Common Prosperit ...

Monthly Investment strategy

September OpEd-Unfortunate Combination

Outside Europe, which has started to emerge later than China and the US from the massive GDP loss of 2020, the dataflow is pointing to a significantly slower pace of recovery. This was always going t ...

Responsible investment

Thinking beyond financial objectives when building an investment strategy

The IPCC’s 2021 report on global warming delivered a stark message on the pace and extent of climate change. The near 4,000-page analysis labelled humanity’s effect on climate change “unequivocal” an ...

Responsible investment

Biden’s Electric-Vehicle Target Is All About the Drive

A certain school of thought holds long-term targets as meaningless, as the people making them will no longer be in their job by the time they are proved right or wrong. That’s especially the case for ...

Responsible investment

Using clean technology to tackle growing electronic waste

The plight caused by plastics has been dominating headlines, but there is another waste management issue that has been silently growing. Electronic waste – more commonly known as e-waste ...

Fixed income

A short duration ride on Asia’s robust credit wave

The start of vaccine rollouts late last year triggered optimism about a rebound in economies. Yet recovery is clearly uneven, in turn breeding a range of risks from high debt levels impacting access ...

Responsible investment

Sustainable food: food production that doesn’t cost the Earth

The impact of unsustainable food production has put the planet in a delicate position. But, attitudes are changing, awareness is growing, and new clean technologies are providing the potential for ch ...

Tomorrow Augmented

Clean winner: the global transition to carbon neutrality represents a huge opportunity for growth

As governments around the world ramp up investment in green energy, the demand for clean technologies is set to increase

Fixed income

Unconstrained fixed income: Harnessing the diversity of the universe

Fixed income as an asset class goes well beyond notions of low risk and low return. Today’s global fixed income universe comprises a broad spectrum of sub-classes with the potential to deliver outcom ...

Market thinking

Playing the long game in China: three reasons not to panic over regulatory changes

To say China’s recent crackdown on technology and private education caught markets off guard is an understatement. Yet the shift in policy seems to be a sign of things to come. It reflects an evolv ...

Responsible investment

Why more nuance is needed in ESG ratings

There is far more scrutiny on a company’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials that an any time in history. Given the potential brand damage from falling short on contentious issues ...

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