Warehousing and supply chain assets in Asia are squarely on institutional investors' radar. But they pose their own risks, so must fulfil certain criteria to attract capital.
Asia’s booming logistics sector is attracting asset owners to invest in warehousing and storage facilities, both in established markets and emerging Asia.
Singapore's reserve-rich central bank could be looking to tweak its IG bond-heavy approach to investing to help supplement the city-state's financial status and make diversification gains.
Manager research chief Jasmine Yu highlights the red flags she watches out for during the fund selection process.
Jasmine Yu, director of manager research and monitoring at the US firm, explains in detail the various considerations that go behind onboarding a fund on its wealth platform.
South Asia looks set to hog the China-backed infrastructure development bank's investments for the next few years as the institution keeps its focus on long-term growth potential.
The city-state's newest life insurer is looking to appoint more third-party fund managers this year as it grows its assets and expands across borders, its CEO tells AsianInvestor.
The insurer has the geographic and skills advantage to become a group hub for Islamic investments, its chief investment officer said.
The group's CIO explains how changing market conditions are prompting it to look at private equity opportunities more discerningly – and why it's important to keep portfolios flexible.
With the super-easy credit environment in retreat, investors could be faced with challenges they haven't considered for years, says Ritu Arora.
The leveraged loans market is a growing cause of concern, says Paul Carrett, and rising rates will prompt investors to become more selective about credit in general.
The logistics sector is one of the hottest in Asia and the Canadian pension fund is steadily ramping up its focus in this area, says a senior executive of the firm.