The Hong Kong-based asset management arm of the People's Insurance Company of China (PICC) is positive about selected local stocks in telecom, traditional energy, banking, consumer, and internet sectors.
With more exacting ESG standards ahead, suppliers of raw materials, parts, and components from Asia will need to shore up their sustainability record.
India's state insurer LIC traded down on debut after blockbuster IPO; Temasek-backed e-commerce platform Zilingo fires chief executive Ankiti Bose amid investigations into financial irregularities; Australia's Unisuper and Australian Catholics Superannuation enter agreement to explore merger; and more
Institutional investors look to emerging markets’ fixed income assets, but the war in Ukraine has dampened sentiment in Europe, according to a new global survey.
Investors and analysts have warned that asset managers are ignoring the high costs of reducing buildings’ emissions.
Allianz Real Estate hires Scott Kim from Korea's National Pension Service; NZSuper hires investment strategist from Australian Retirement Trust; Former NPS executive Kim Seongmog joins Affirma as private credit head; Eastspring loses head of intermediary sales; Value Partners hires senior director from Allianz Global Investors; and more.
Driven by market volatility and the search for higher yields, family offices are raising allocation to alternative assets.
China’s new regulation on insurance companies’ financial product investments could add pressure to industry in the short term, while plugging loopholes and bringing out hidden risk factors.
Changing market dynamics are highlighting for investors the potential cost of their disproportionate focus on equity risk, according to market experts.
According to the report, institutional investors should look for exposure to blockchain technology and its applications, since cryptocurrencies are neither currency nor precious metal substitute.
Diversification and increasing exposure to alternatives has become a core strategy for insurance investors, but what does this mean against the ever-changing macro backdrop? Hong Kong’s leading insurance investors will gather in person and discuss how to position portfolios for success.
The Dutch pension fund says it will push for improvements in ESG practices of its portfolio companies in South Korea and Japan with active engagement, including lobbying the government and the media and using its voting rights.