The Canadian pension fund plans to increase its allocation to the region from 10% to 15% over the coming four years, even as its total assets under management rise.
Over the 20 years that AsianInvestor has been publishing, the world’s financial markets have evolved
a great deal.
The size of stock markets have grown apace, as have the valuations of major global indices. Asia’s major investors have also seen their asset bases swell over this period, making them much more serious players in the world’s capital markets, as pension funds in particular have either grown or begun gaining assets from the region's workers.
For our latest edition of AsianInvestor magazine, we took at look at some of the statistics the reflect how much change the region, its markets and its pension funds have gone through.
To take a look at these statistics in our Data Centre story, please click here.
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The Australian superannuation fund is looking to add to the team across all asset classes and increase its internally managed portfolio from 20% to as much as 50% within five years.
They have teamed up with each other and with overseas investors to boost investment capacity in real estate and infrastructure investments in Europe and North America.