Speaking at an AsianInvestor event, top executives at the Australian superannuation fund and UK-based insurer explain their considerations when choosing external managers.
The world's biggest asset manager will see the executive depart, as its actively managed offshore fund assets shrank this year in Taiwan, even as its local ETF business is thriving.
The domestic portfolio will be split among six managers and issued early next year now that valuations are below their historical averages. Timings will be dictated by global conditions.
Insurers are finding that one of the biggest impacts of implementing IFRS 9 alongside C-Ross phase II is that the two sets of rules create opposing incentives for long-term equities.
China's insurance firms are having to adapt quickly as their domestic watchdog pushes for large-scale reforms on several fronts.
Unlike bigger peer Cathay Life, Fubon Life said it might look at investment opportunities in the domestic market as hedging costs rise along with US interest rates.