The second-largest life insurer in Taiwan cuts its allocation to China bonds and raises its exposure to North America.
As markets continue to gyrate, some of the island's larger insurers have sought to take advantage while smaller players are struggling with weaker capital positions.
Market volatility has resulted in challenges in both equity and fixed-income investments for China's biggest lifer.
Hong Kong is competing with many of its regional peers to develop itself into a green finance hub. But there is one thing that the city should first do to realise this ambition.
The largest lifer in Taiwan is confident that it can buffer volatility in the equity market and will pay attention to good investment opportunities in domestic stocks.
The US fund house has hired a long-standing senior employee of its British rival for a client-facing role and as head of Singapore, and a new Asia head of investment solutions.