BlackRock's Institutional Client Business has a significant presence in the Asia Pacific region. Our clients in the region include central banks and sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, insurance companies, family offices and endowments. What differentiates us is our local presence.

  • BlackRock operates 25 offices throughout Asia Pacific, with regional hubs in Hong Kong, Sydney, and Tokyo. For more information on our Australia and Japan institutional client teams, please visit their websites:
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    Japan
  • From over 2,500 employees across the region, BlackRock has 287 investment specialists in Asia Pacific, focused on equities, fixed Income, multi-asset, alternatives and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Our clients come to us for solutions: our assets under management are invested in a broad spectrum of asset classes from passive equity and ETFs to Multi-Asset solutions and Alternatives. We also help our clients manage their investment risk through our proprietary BlackRock Solutions system and facilitate portfolio transitions with our in-region Transition Management experts.

Founded in 1988, BlackRock is committed to providing our clients with the answers they need to navigate today’s challenging markets. We are dedicated to offering our clients the clearest thinking about how to invest their money and the products and services to achieve their financial goals. That is why investors of all kinds have made us the world’s largest asset manager, with US$4.890 trillion in assets* and some 135 investment teams in 30 countries managing more than 7,700 portfolios.
*AUM as of June 30, 2016.

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Andrew Landman

Andrew Landman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Head of Institutional Client Business Asia Pacific

 

Before joining BlackRock, Mr Landman was Chief Executive Officer of Ascalon Capital Managers, a subsidiary of BT Financial Group. Under his leadership, Ascalon successfully built a portfolio of nine single strategy hedge and high conviction funds across Australia and Asia Pacific with US$4.2 billion in AUM. In addition to the role at Ascalon, he was Head of Investment Strategy at BT Financial Group. Prior to Ascalon, Mr Landman was the Chief Financial Officer of Challenger Funds Management.

 

Dedicated Teams
BlackRock’s Asia ex-Japan institutional business team leaders are focused on building relationships and sharing the firm’s insights and resources to help clients achieve their outcomes.