Limited resources and fear of failure bid the pension funds to turn to consultants, but also means they are potentially missing out on even more favourable investments.
The CIO of the Government Pension Investment Fund explained to AsianInvestor his thinking behind its performance fee structure and whether he will stay on as CIO.
Japan’s retirement system is in need of drastic change, but is the gradual shift to defined-contribution plans just a cop out?
GPIF’s Hiromichi Mizuno has fundamentally changed the world’s largest pension fund – and global institutional investment. He tells AsianInvestor why.
Record investment this year in Asian real estate underlines the region's growing importance to the wider market.
The likelihood of a prolonged global dip in interest rates is reviving demand for the country's real estate among domestic and potentially overseas asset owners.