The world's largest pension fund endured a 2017/2018 fiscal year with ups and downs, and 2019 might be the year where it parts ways with perhaps its most important asset: its CIO.
NEW ZEALAND SUPER HIRES CIO FROM FUTURE FUND
The Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation, the crown entity that manages the NZ$39 billion $26.5 billion...
Geopolitical tensions and a low-interest-rate environment is causing some of the country's asset owners to seek diversification in their investment portfolios.
Insurers in Taiwan are leading a rising level of interest in ETFs among north Asian countries, seeing the vehicles as convenient for targeting higher yields and hedging purposes.
The sovereign wealth fund is ramping up its in-house capabilities, becoming more targeted in its investments and building up exposure in new areas, with China and India a key focus.
The multilateral institution has awarded Aberdeen Standard Investments an ESG-infused infrastructure corporate credits mandate to drive more institutional capital into the region.