As the relatively new asset owner reaches $70 billion in AUM, the portfolio will gradually focus more on active investments, its co-CIO says.
With the UK and Japan falling into technical recession, AsianInvestor asked fund managers which other economies might be at risk of entering negative growth in 2024.
Asian asset owners doubt the ability of ESG-related investments to outperform, according to a recent survey by AsianInvestor's investment intelligence data platform.
With alternatives now constituting a larger portion of pension funds' portfolios, they are closely assessing fixed income opportunities, according to a recent survey.
Asian markets are showing potential for ESG-related investments, according to a recent survey by AsianInvestor's investment intelligence data platform.
Pension funds are facing an array of complicated choices amid growing economic uncertainty and changing regulatory frameworks. New technology has the potential to help with these issues.
Japanese corporate pension funds are increasingly investing in alternative assets in order to generate income, as the proportion of their portfolios dedicated to domestic assets decreases, a survey shows.
The corporate pension fund is wary of following its peers strategies in the asset class as allocations among Japanese pensions have evolved.
The Chinese Zodiac year saw a host of trends that preoccupied the minds of institutional investors. We curated the biggest themes of the Year of the Rabbit.
Although Chinese private equity managers are now getting vital support from Middle Eastern asset owners, they must still navigate complex global relationships and varying legal requirements.
With Chinese New Year just a few days away, AsiaInvestor spoke to investment specialists to gauge their views on what's in store for mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan over the next 12 months.
As bank financing retrenches across the region, the Canadian pension manager eyes the opportunity to fill that gap.