At AsianInvestor’s inaugural Alternatives Forum, Hyundai Insurance’s infrastructure head explains how it takes both comfort and risks when investing in the asset class.
China would continue to draw strong foreign inflows despite a prolonged spat with the US, delegates at AsianInvestor’s Southeast Asian Institutional Investment Forum heard.
AsianInvestor's annual event in Bangkok on October 10 hosted a high calibre of speakers and delegates to discuss the hot topics such as global diversification, ESG and technology.
Executives from leading asset owners and fund houses attended AsianInvestor's Institutional Investment Forum China to learn about the opportunities availed from new reforms.
Asset owners and domestic asset managers met in Bangkok on October 10 to discuss the future of overseas investment among Thai institutions.
Chinese asset owners and domestic managers gathered on September 18 in Beijing to discuss overseas investments in turbulent times.
How does Muang Thai Life engage with external managers? A keynote interview at AsianInvestor’s third Institutional Investment Forum Thailand reveals all.
A university endowment and family assets manager speaking at AsianInvestor’s sixth Institutional Investment Forum China explain how they aim to deliver yields of 8% or more.
As global uncertainties continue to brew, at AsianInvestor’s sixth Institutional Investment Forum China, CIC and CPIC reveal the biggest challenges they face.
Leading Japanese asset owners and fund managers convened for AsianInvestor's 8th annual Institutional Investment Forum in Tokyo on June 18 for insight on investing amid uncertainty.
Institutional investors meet in Tokyo to discuss investing in a new era
There may be a growing amount of pension fund capital coming out of Japan but it's still being invested along traditional lines, despite increased networking with foreign peers.
For now, it's mainly just the bigger players, including Japan Post Bank. In future, there could also be some potential to exploit ESG inconsistencies across the global corporate landscape.
How much should Japanese pension funds manage in-house and how much should they place externally? The decision is increasingly dominating the thoughts of local CIOs.
Active managers need to up their game but remain vital in some markets, delegates heard from Japan Post Bank and others at AsianInvestor’s Institutional Investment Forum in Tokyo.
Overseas private equity markets are gaining traction despite concerns about illiquid assets, said corporate pension executives at AsianInvestor’s Institutional Investment Forum in Tokyo.
Asset owners from around the region convened in Hong Kong in May to discuss future investment strategies.
Most family offices are slower than their peers in the US and Nordic countries to develop sustainable investments, but some are being more assertive.
The €487 billion Dutch pension fund's responsible investment head for Asia says asset owners should persist in engaging both fund managers and portfolio companies on ESG.
Alternatives allocation is surging among asset owners, but this focus is causing several red flags. CIOs say the risk can be mitigated by investing in both public and private markets.