This invitation-only live event will explore how leading asset owners and professional investors can adapt asset allocations and deploy new strategies to invest for a new future. Further, fresh opportunities should emerge once Thailand’s next Five-Year Investment Promotion Strategy starts in 2023. Join us in Bangkok for a half-day discussion on how to invest in a new reality.
Though family offices in the region share a common interest in private assets going into 2023, different generations view digital assets very differently.
The Australian sovereign wealth fund aims to build an internal investment team of 130 members in the next few years to adapt to a new world order — one where it expects several equally competing powers and a more challenging alpha-generating environment.
Although mainly a direct investor, the investment arm of the city state’s Economic Development Board sources great deals and know-how through fund allocations.
It is all about following the right mega trends to locate opportunities in times of turmoil, head of single family office Regal Ford Asia told AsianInvestor’s Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum.
The Malaysian sovereign wealth fund believes that the 'G' in ESG is critical if sustainability is to drive alpha going forward.
Investing during macroeconomic uncertainty requires the ability to not only defend but also attack, according to the Malaysian federal pension fund’s CIO. A new transition plan is in place to help Kwap move faster to exploit the turmoil.
The two asset owners noted that rating scores can be inconsistent among various external providers depending on the metrics used. Sometimes, even the rationale behind the ESG ratings can be wrong.
Australia’s sovereign wealth fund asks if traditional portfolio construction is a thing of the past, audience hears at AsianInvestor’s Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum.
The sovereign wealth fund adopts an arsenal of analytics and tools to tackle ESG, while UBS believes non-ESG products should no longer be presented to clients: panellists.
Assets providing a steady stream of income is gaining attraction both in public and private markets, as the current market turmoil nudges insurers to reassess their allocation strategy, insurance executives discussed at AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing in Hong Kong.
The life insurer sees many opportunities around ESG investment in alternatives, but questions how to evaluate such emerging assets using traditional metrics.