The Hong Kong-based bank has made its first purchase in the metaverse, joining peer, JP Morgan, as it makes inroads in the world of virtual assets.
A growing list of corporates and investors have committed to pulling their investments from Russia, leaving observers to ponder where the outstanding funds will flow.
India’s 2022 deal pipeline is expected to remain strong as India is likely to remain shielded from current geopolitical events, according to White & Case lawyer Sayak Maity.
The sovereign wealth fund has committed to an investment firm founded by James Murdoch and Uday Shankar, which is eyeing the media and consumer tech sectors in Southeast Asia and India.
Asset owners can boost returns through alternative allocation, the head of alternatives at the Brunei Investment Agency says, as she takes on an expanded role.
CIO Chunyen Liu speaks to FA about exerting positive influence across the Asian investment community.
Southeast Asia's newest SWF plans to be agile and invest in asset classes beyond infrastructure, including areas such as consumer and technology.
The new regulation is likely to spur local listings and, consequently, institutional investor interest in equities, experts say.
The Canadian pension funds are looking to increase their exposure to Asia across a number of asset classes, and favour India in particular.
The asset allocation of Indonesian pension funds showed a flight to safety last year, but did fear outweigh the numbers? Some experts argue, in the light of local equities, for staying the course.
Investors are increasingly turning to private companies and private debt in their hunt for ESG alpha, but the age-old problem of transparency and due diligence remains
SGX’s new framework for Spacs will likely provide investors with a much-needed channel for direct deals, but the verdict is still out on whether it will bring liquidity to the bourse.