China’s bond market is beginning to look up as the country reopens and government rescue plan for the property sector kicks in. But the market will remain volatile compared with developed markets.
Singapore's state-owned investment funds make landmark deals in 2022, a survey by Global SWF showed. A more cautious approach in 2023 is indicated.
Commodities and more aggressive alternative strategies are among the options being explored as institutional investors look to counter potential threat.
As a new performance study confirms the persistent variability of active fund managers' results, a global index fund giant is making a move into Australia's superannuation market.
The Dutch pension manager expanded its partnership in the Chinese market in 2019. The latest available data shows the portfolio is growing and doing well.
Private equity, digital assets and ESG are the focus for wealthy families while inflation is top threat, new study finds.
High hedging costs and a low yen have led Japanese life insurers to focus on domestic government bonds, although declining yields might also prompt them to seek out alternatives.
One advantage is that smaller emerging markets are more likely to gain attention from Asian-investing institutions.
Asian sovereigns and investment credit have become attractive again as the market moves towards the end of the rising rate cycle. But China's fixed income is still not one of such kind.
With the conclusion of the 20th National Congress, China’s leadership is confirmed for the next five years, allowing investors to assess the potential of the Chinese market.
Issues around capital gains tax and settlement rules need to be addressed before Indian debt is included in global indices, say experts. Following this, India could attract additional inflows of up to $40 billion.
The Government Pension Fund of Thailand thinks the key to a successful 2023 lies in its capability to manage credit holdings, which account for 60% of the asset pool.