A growing private credit industry in Singapore is helping fund sponsors to create Asia-specific offerings, and attracting asset owners from the Asia Pacific and other regions.
With the UK and Japan falling into technical recession, AsianInvestor asked fund managers which other economies might be at risk of entering negative growth in 2024.
The regulator's heightened focus on the infrequent valuations of unlisted assets held by Australia’s pensions can lead to positive changes in governance across the whole industry.
Large institutional investors are increasingly opting for separately managed accounts that promise deeper relationships with fund sponsors and better access to deal flow.
Established in 2022, Togs Capital is a single-family office (SFO) based in Singapore that focuses on alternative investments in high-growth emerging markets, particularly those that focus on sustainability and on creating a positive impact on society.
Investment flows into sustainable funds and actively managed funds in Asia reveal a region at a crossroads of growth and adaptation, according to research from Morningstar.
Although Chinese private equity managers are now getting vital support from Middle Eastern asset owners, they must still navigate complex global relationships and varying legal requirements.
As Singapore fights money laundering and other malfeasance, Dubai is rapidly attracting new types of family offices, experts said.
With Chinese New Year just a few days away, AsiaInvestor spoke to investment specialists to gauge their views on what's in store for mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan over the next 12 months.
Asian pension and sovereign funds are increasingly attracted to European infrastructure's stability and diversity, which offers regional exposure and investments aligned with decarbonisation and digitalisation trends.
The S&P 500 has sustained a bullish momentum, reaching consecutive record highs with tech stocks leading the charge. What will the first half of 2024 hold for the index?
ETF demand surged in Asia in 2023. Will investors continue to bet on this investment vehicle this year and if so, what will be the key drivers?