Executives from the two insurance companies discussed the complexities and significance of long-term capital growth, given today’s uncertain economic climate.
Australia's third-largest superannuation fund aims to continue the success of its direct property and infrastructure strategies as it expands globally.
Ping An Group's head of international ESG highlighted the challenges of ESG investment in emerging markets, as well as China’s growing discussions on incoming international disclosure standards.
One of Canada's top pension fund managers believes there are plenty of opportunities in the region, even as it strikes a cautious tone on investing in the region's largest economy.
Canadian pension fund OMERS' APAC head Ashish Goyal says policy support and accessible inroads for foreign direct investment make the country an attractive investment destination.
One of Canada's largest pension fund investors plans to seek new partners and access Asian growth opportunities through private market investments with its new office in Singapore.
With offices in London and New York, the head of talent at Australia’s largest superannuation fund discusses the challenges of hiring in foreign markets.
APG Asset Management Asia has confirmed that two global emerging markets veterans left the Dutch pension fund in August.
Hostplus’ merger with Maritime Super is its second one after merging with Statewide Super last year. It also makes Hostplus one of the biggest superannuation funds by assets under management in the country.
Investors are prioritising diversification of their portfolios and one asset class stands out as a diversifier, according to a recent survey by AsianInvestor's investment intelligence data platform.
The departure of the Canadian fund’s Greater China real estate head comes amid growing fears of a mainland property crisis and tension between Ottawa and Beijing.
One of Australia’s oldest superannuation funds has enlisted the help of quant and systematic trading specialists Premialab to evaluate risk, performance and fees.