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The chief investment officer of Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund has urged asset managers to engage local companies’ management in a more vigorous debate about corporate governance....
More insurers in Asia, especially Taiwan and China, are prepared to take on greater risk to get higher investment returns than elsewhere in the world, a survey by BlackRock shows.
The long-standing mandatory defined contribution scheme can improve upon existing schemes by introducing new measures, a Securities and Exchange Commission executive said.
Larry Wan, former CIO of AIA China, is positive about A-shares and wants Chinese insurers to use more external managers. Some are heeding his call.
The country is attempting to rapidly reform its pension system after failing to do enough for years. It needs to move quickly, to avoid growing poverty.