As Asian family groups assess the damage done to their business ecosystems, there is a change occurring around what they invest in and how they do so.
Pension funds may be reluctant to look further to equities, following the major market drops of March. But for genuinely long-term investors, stocks and alternative assets still offer appeal.
Rising lifespans and low fixed-income payments are creating a headache for pension funds. They need to adapt how they invest, even if some lessons run contrary to recent volatility.
As institutional investors begin to grapple with the risks of water scarcity amid a time of climate change, they will need help in evaluating their portfolio's exposure.
Regional governments are weighing all funding options to offset falling economies. But few look likely to draw down on sovereign fund assets – for now.
Water scarcity is emerging as a major climate challenge for institutional investors. While most attention is on the coronavirus impact, this stands to be a big longer-term concern.