Key figures from numerous family offices in Asia gathered in Hong Kong for AsianInvestor's third Family Office Forum, part of AI Week.
Investors, fund selectors and asset managers from across the region gathered in Hong Kong on May 10 and 11 for the centrepiece event of AI Week.
Key figures from some of Asia's leading family offices joined AsianInvestor's third Family Office Forum in Hong Kong on May 9.
AI Week kicked off on May 9 with a morning of lively debate on the growth of exchange-traded funds. We present a gallery of pictures from the forum.
AI Week 2017 kicked off on May 9 with a morning of lively discussion about passive investing and the growing importance of exchange-traded funds.
Achieving a 5% return is impossible from investing in traditional assets alone, says the CIO of Korea’s Public Officials Benefit Association. But alternative risk premiums – and fees – have collapsed.
The sovereign wealth fund was among those taking part in the Asian Investment Summit, as panelists discussed screening for liquidity against different investment horizons.
Speaking on the first day of AIWeek, industry observers noted how smart-beta strategies are gaining traction in Asia but were also a source of confusion.
AsianInvestor welcomed delegates from Japan's leading institutional investors to its annual Japan Investment Forum in Tokyo last week.
Representatives of Japan's biggest institutions were in attendance as AsianInvestor hosted its annual Japan Insitutional Investment Forum in Tokyo on March 15.
Insurance investment executives from across Asia gathered in Hong Kong for our annual event.
CIOs from some of Asia's biggest insurers were among the high-profile delegates at AI's 2017 Insurance Investment Forum in Hong Kong.
The shift comes as they expand into alternative assets and third-party fund management, boosting their need for investment talent, an AsianInvestor forum heard.
Insurers should be able to allocate assets more quickly, especially given current levels of uncertainty, heard AsianInvestor’s insurance forum yesterday.
Some argue that hedge funds will benefit both from the support of US president-elect Donald Trump and increased volatility. But many institutions are reluctant to invest in them.
Photos from AsianInvestor's Institutional Excellence Awards dinner in Singapore, honouring some of Asia's leading institutions.
Global debt is less liquid, and Asian bonds more accessible, than in the past, notes Peter Ryan-Kane of Willis Towers Watson. Some clients have acted on the firm's advice.
The event featured speakers from institutions such as AIA, GIC, Great Eastern Life and Tokio Marine. It took place on November 30 and December 1 at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore.
Some 360 delegates from more than 200 firms gathered at AsianInvestor's Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum in Singapore on November 30 and December 1.
Executives from state funds, pension schemes, insurers and private banks gathered in Beijing for our third China Global Investment Forum. We present a gallery of photos.