Chief Executive Officer
Stewart Aldcroft is Chief Executive Officer of CitiTrust Limited (CitiTrust) in Hong Kong. He is also managing director and Asia Pacific senior advisor for Citi’s Investor Services business within Citi’s Securities and Fund Services (SFS), a business unit of Citi’s Institutional Clients Group. He has been in Hong Kong since 1985, and previously worked at Schroders, HSBC, Franklin Templeton, Investec and EIP.
Eagerly awaited in Hong Kong, the Mutual Recognition of Funds has the opportunity boost sales of funds in the city. Stewart Aldcroft investigates what’s on offer.
Evolving technology has made it possible to automate the entire investment process, Stewart Aldcroft explains.
After almost a year of consulting with the general public, the finance industry and other stakeholders in the Mandatory Provident Fund (MPF) industry, the Government in the form of the Financial Services and Treasury Bureau (FSTB),
A regular contributor to BENCHMARK, Stewart Aldcroft gives us his perspective on what needs to be done for private investors to use ETFs in greater numbers.
Hong Kong’s financial advisory market is still evolving and while we have moved on from the era of unregulated and unscrupulous financial advisers, the market is still heavily influenced by sales commission. Stewart Aldcroft assesses the experience in other markets and how this might play out in Hong Kong.
“How can my MPF be a benefit when it seems like a tax on earnings?” Stewart Aldcroft explains how, over time, the benefits will show themselves clearly.
BENCHMARK regular contributor Stewart Aldcroft looks at why MPF scheme members don’t always maximize their investment returns.
Stewart Aldcroft tells you why dabbling in the market is the best form investor education.