Jayne Bok, CFA, head of sovereign advisory for Asia at Towers Watson, discusses the evolution of alternative investing by large Asian asset owners.
Naomi Denning, EMBA, ASIP, managing director of investment services for Asia Pacific at Towers Watson, discusses the general trend of Asian institutional funds in terms of overseas investment.
In this video, Towers Watson talks about why Asian institutional investors should move away from their domestic markets, and how they can invest internationally.
In this video, Towers Watson talks about reviewing and transforming institutional investors’ investment management processes.
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