With Chinese investors stepping back, Japanese, Korean and even Southeast Asian and Australian investors look set to step up their overseas real estate investments.
South Korea's public pension fund, the world’s third-largest, posted a negative return last year. But it's not the whole story; there's an alternative(s) angle.
Senior executives from some of the region's leading firms shared their views on exchange-traded funds at our Insurance Investment Forum in Hong Kong.
South Korea’s sovereign wealth fund is keen to further develop its investment capabilities, which is likely to give a fillip to its co-operation pact with Korea Post.
From his new Sydney office, the regional head of a $66-billion Dutch pension fund's real estate arm explains his plans.
The insurers are looking to boost their returns by investing more in alternatives but also doing so with an eye to the rigorous capital rules still to come.