The pandemic has sharpened investors’ focus on ESG adoption, but for Khazanah and other asset owners in Asia, scaling up sustainability-themed investments has its challenges.
The growth of China's economy is set to underpin the appeal of its local equity market for the coming decade, despite shorter term political and manufacturing concerns, say experts.
Rising geopolitical risks and China’s economic slowdown are set to tarnish the once-vibrant appeal of A-shares over the coming 10 years.
Some asset owners in the region are reducing riskier assets, while more investors around the world are planning to increase their allocations to government bonds.
As the Hong Kong Monetary Authority rotates senior staff roles, its $541 billion Exchange Fund has rebounded strongly from a first-quarter investment loss.
China is set to integrate its interbank bond and exchange bond markets. Five market experts share their thoughts on the move.