More than half of global pension funds are forecast to be invested in real assets by the end of this year. Asians are leading the charge into real estate, finds Principal ...
The pension fund will raise exposure to domestic and global equities and alternatives after admitting it maintained fixed income allocations too long, causing it to underperform...
Fund houses bridge the gap between asset owners and companies when it comes to climate change and investing responsibly, argues the Californian pension fund.
Albeit worries about "unnerving" price swings, institutional investors globally still plan to boost equity exposure this year, finds a Natixis survey.
Sources point to a change of atmosphere amid renewed interest from domestic and international investors. Almost all surviving funds are understood to be in fundraising mode.
Panelists at AsianInvestor's Japan Institutional Investor Forum say it's time for corporations to put their cash to work and that rising interest rates should be welcomed, not ...
The C$183 billion Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says its C$22 billion invested in Asia could rise as high as C$150 billion over time.
The Singaporean state investment firm is among several Asian institutions that look set to drive growth in Turkey's asset management industry.
Like other institutional investors, Australian’s $82 billion government fund is moving into riskier assets in search of higher returns.
Asset owners are being tipped to boost exposure to infrastructure and real estate from a low base, but with such strong demand for scarce assets, overbidding is a risk.
The cost of UK and US education surged 30% year-on-year in 2013, a major concern for Asians, although not a deterrent from sending their children overseas, according to Julius ...
They see Doha as a safe haven and favour emerging markets for offshore investment. They are also active in managing their wealth and prefer Africa and Europe over the US.
Different investors have different ideas of how to generate returns as global interest rates remain at record lows.
While emerging markets remain volatile, remaining an active participant with broad exposure is key, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority says in its annualised report.
Choi Kwang becomes the first former health and welfare minister to lead Korea’s National Pension Service. He now faces installing a new management team.