Thailand's leading state pension fund is seeking to boost returns through more diverse investing and partners, as it prepares for an upsurge in retirees.
The Islamic insurers’ need to preserve liquidity could leave them well placed to buy equities, once Malaysia finally emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.
The multilateral development bank is considering investing in infrastructure funds to help attract institutional capital for public health and communications-related facilities.
Thailand's leading pension fund has been increasing the size of its internal investment team and will add more personnel, said Man Juttijudata, assistant secretary of risk management.
The insurer plans to further diversify its exposure using overseas ETFs, amid the global market rout and after the recent raising of the offshore allocation cap.
The disease’s outbreak looks set to change the appeal of real assets as it forces a new way of living and working on people amid global lockdown.