The territory desires to be at the centre of green financing, but shows scant care for the causes of climate change.
Hong Kong's seeming indifference to environmental, social and governance principles could rapidly shift to heavy engagement, courtesy of China's rising interest in green finance.
Technology company founders often avoid shareholder oversight via dual-class share structures. Investors need to consider the risk this creates.
An official for the Japanese state pension fund explains why it chose two S&P Dow Jones equity indexes, and discusses its interest in ESG-related bond benchmarks too.
Asset owners are putting more money into private equity, but the asset class offers unique challenges to be aware of, warned two experienced investors.
In an effort to stabilise and support its growing financial market, China is encouraging life insurers to set up local operations and has added more home-grown asset owners too.