The South Korean sovereign wealth fund is wielding its voting rights to enhance ESG practices and climate change initiatives.
In an everchanging environment, institutional investors will likely find it easier to stick to their time-tested strategic asset allocation models. But these models need to be checked against the real world, said Rahul Bhuskute, CIO of Bharti AXA Life Insurance.
CDPQ put the brakes on direct China investments; Australia's largest pension fund to pause PwC use; Tokio Marine leaves Net-Zero Insurance Alliance; Temasek platform invests in funding round for sustainable aviation fuel; and more.
With no commodity-based or government surpluses to invest, some are questioning why the Philippines needs a sovereign wealth fund. Its proponents say it will ensure state funds are invested for the best return.
Has the retail property market finally bottomed out? Investor flows and industry experts suggest the sector could be set for a comeback.
The impact-style bond portfolio of the €50 billion Dutch pension fund has bested the index by a significant margin since 2019.
Concerted efforts are being made by regulators -- and increasingly by asset owners -- in the region to fund high-carbon emitters to transition to carbon-neutral or low-carbon operations.
Understanding the relationship between asset prices and inflation is more crucial than ever for investors, but using data from the last decade to calculate asset correlation may not be wise, said HSBC Life’s CIO.
Through our flagship Asian Investment Summit in May, the AsianInvestor editorial team connected with several asset owners, enabling us to write a series of stories featuring their insights. We also had some strong asset owner stories outside of the event.
The €1.4 trillion industry offloaded €9 billion in Asian equities, following rising interest rates.
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund recently removed a Korean energy firm from its portfolio due to Myanmar regime affiliations. AsianInvestor takes a look at other Korean companies from which the fund has decided to steer clear for different reasons.
The Chinese life insurer's investment chief is positive about the long-term stock performance of Chinese state-owned enterprises under a 'valuation system with Chinese characteristics'.