The French asset manager has appointed a new head of its China business, as competition in the country's asset management industry continues to heat up.
Asia's high net worth individuals are eager to participate in the continuing venture capital VC boom, but remain discerning in their investments, according to experts.
As interest in alternatives grows, the CIO of Japan's national pension fund believes that the mindset of asset owners must change, if they want to hire the staff they need.
Australia's financial regulator questions sustainability of life insurance; Allianz opens China's first fully foreign insurance holding company; GPIF of Japan teams up with multilateral institution to focus on social bonds; yen's fall troubles Japanese insurers; Korean pension executives step down ahead of election; Malaysia's PNB revamps leadership team and more.
AsianInvestor's seventh Year of the Pig reflections considers how accurate our prediction was on whether bonds would outperform stocks across the year.
The $153 billion public pension fund’s new chief investment officer explained why it has raised its private market exposure and is doing more direct investing.