AsianInvestor reveals why NZ Super was the top sovereign wealth fund, Prudential excelled in insurance, and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board led as a global investor.
Asset owners from across the region gathered in Singapore on December 5 and 6 for exclusive insights on the latest investment and industry trends.
Leading institutional investors from across the region gathered in Singapore on December 5 and 6 for the annual AsianInvestor conference.
The Japanese pension giant is considering raising its allocation to alternative assets from 0.2% to about 3% in three years, a senior investment official has told AsianInvestor.
AsianInvestor reveals why it chose Hong Kong Monetary Authority as its top reserves manager and Hostplus as the region's standout pension fund.
After a turbulent 2018, slowing global growth and ongoing trade frictions between the world's two largest economies could continue to cast a pall on markets in 2019, says Andrey Fomin.
Speaking at an AsianInvestor event, top executives at the Australian superannuation fund and UK-based insurer explain their considerations when choosing external managers.
AsianInvestor reveals why we chose Korea Teachers Credit Union, GIC of Singapore and the Bureau of Labor Funds as the top institutions for Korea, Southeast Asia and Taiwan.
Future Fund loses three PE execs; MetLife Japan gets new chief; Korea Investment Corp hires first ESG manager; British billionaire ups stake in Singapore Life, and more.
AsianInvestor reveals why we picked Prudential and GPIF as the market standouts for Hong Kong and Japan.
By developing credit research capabilities in-house, the Swiss insurer's Malaysian unit hopes to join other asset owners in pursuing alternative investment opportunities.
The ministry is set to issue a request for proposal for an outsourced chief investment officer solution to its pension assets. It could be followed by others, say several sources.
AsianInvestor reveals why the top institutional investors for Australia/New Zealand and China were the most impressive across the entire region.
Some China bullishness is beginning to re-emerge from the shadows as hopes for a trade breakthrough build. But buyers beware.
On Wednesday AsianInvestor unveiled the winners of the last three categories: Hong Kong, Insurance Firm and Individual Contribution to Institutional Investment.
The renowned economist, in Hong Kong briefly, says investors should get used to uncertainty, increased volatility and disappearing liquidity in some assets next year.
Unless Asian institutions insist on better corporate governance, companies they invest in are unlikely to deliver it. That's the upshot of a report showing a surprising lack of engagement by asset owners.
Even as asset growth returns to the Indian insurance sector, increasing competition, major regulatory change, and corporate ambitions are piling pressure on companies to consolidate.
Insurance companies are increasingly turning to ETF products for both tactical and strategic asset allocations, BlackRock and other industry participants note.
The domestic portfolio will be split among six managers and issued early next year now that valuations are below their historical averages. Timings will be dictated by global conditions.