Nikko AM is Asia's premier global asset manager, with approximately US$220.5 billion* in assets under management as of September 30, 2018. The firm offers world-class asset management strategies and solutions for global investors, capitalizing on opportunities in markets around the world. With more than 199** investment professionals, the firm leverages its extensive global resources across 10 countries representing over 30 nationalities. Headquartered in Asia for over 55 years, Nikko Asset Management's vantage point – extending east to west – makes its investment approach distinctive among asset managers.
Nikko AM offers a diverse range of equity, fixed income and alternative strategies in both active and passive formats for retail and institutional clients. The firm has broadened its capabilities to include Global Multi-Asset, Global Equities and Asia ex-Japan Equities, offering a complete suite of investment solutions for sophisticated investors around the globe. Nikko AM has been recognized with awards from Lipper, Morningstar, Mercer, AsianInvestor, Rating and Investment Information (R&I), among others.
In Singapore, Nikko Asset Management Asia Limited (“Nikko AM Asia”) is a leading asset manager which combines the strengths of two award-winning asset managers formerly known as DBS Asset Management Ltd and Nikko Asset Management Singapore Limited.
The Nikko AM’s management team is highly diverse and experienced, and is committed to running the company according to international best practices. Nikko AM’s independence from the limitations imposed on many captive asset management companies allows it to focus on the interests of clients. At the same time, the company enjoys a stable base of shareholders, with majority ownership held by Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings and a smaller stake by DBS Bank.
* Consolidated assets under management and advice of Nikko AM, including subsidiaries but excluding minority affiliates and minority joint ventures, as of 30 September 2018.
** As at 30 September 2018, including employees of Nikko AM and its subsidiaries, but excluding minority affiliates and minority joint ventures’