The Dutch pension asset manager's Asia Pacific head of real estate says his team has just had one of its busiest years ever and that 2021 is looking similarly promising.
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Summaries for each winner will be published in the June edition of AsianInvestor magazine. Congratulations to the winners.
Asia Pacific fund
Trophy Fund (Winnington Capital)
Asia ex-Japan fund
Hidden Jewels Fund (Novatera Capital)
New hedge fund launch
Amoeba Capital Asia Fund
Artradis AB2 Fund
Maculus Funds 1-3 (ADM Capital)
Harmony Investment Fund
Fixed-income hedge fund
Australia/New Zealand hedge fund
Japan hedge fund
Yaraka Fund (Rockhampton)
Marco Polo Pure China Fund
Fund of hedge funds
Persistent Edge Asia
Full-service fund of funds house (hedge funds and private equity)
Search Group (SAIL and Squadron)
Private-equity fund launch
London Asia Private Equity Fund
CVC Asia Pacific
Property fund (public equity)
LIM Asia Alternative Real Estate Fund
Property fund (private equity)
Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing: MSREF V International and Special Situations Fund III
Macquarie Investment Banking Funds Division: Investing Macquarie International Infrastructure Fund and Macquarie Korea Infrastructure Fund
There is definite proof that sustainability-focused funds are outperforming their conventional counterparts. But some experts believe the traditional explanations for this are wrong.
As Covid restrictions continue to put the bite on travel, Australia's superannuation funds are seeing mileage in spending big on communications and digital infrastructure.
Sunsuper and QSuper appoints CIO for combined entity; State Street appoints heads of HK and Taiwan; Nothern Trust rebuilds Apac team; Manulife IM names emerging markets fixed income CIO; RBC Wealth Management hires four into HK; Lombard Odier hires two senior equity managers; Allianz Global Investors appoints Asia hand as equity CIO; and more.
Investors from China and the US are expected to continue buying assets in each other’s markets despite the blacklist of Chinese firms with military and surveillance ties.