NZ Super names interim CEO; Warburg Pincus names Asia PE head amid regional reshuffle; Mercer Super CIO exits; DWS appoints APAC CIO; Allianz GI hires India specialist from Eastspring; abrdn hires APAC chief risk officer from Credit Suisse; and more.
A new private investment fund offers promise for waste management improvements in Asia. But at a local level, there is still a lot to be done to speed up the process.
With geopolitical uncertainty, the highest interest rates in years, sticky inflation, what is best-case scenario for investors? And what's the worst? Five industry professionals share their views.
Asian institutions announce plans to invest in UK; AustralianSuper CIO thinks narrative around China is too pessimistic; AIA publishes first climate transition plan; Japan Post Bank to add real estate to portfolio; and more.
Income Insurance CIO David Chua says it’s too soon to write off China and notes the importance of China and the rest of Asia’s emerging markets for its portfolio allocation.
Karen Tan, head of investment solutions and managed solutions, Asia, at Pictet Wealth Management discusses current selection trends and how client preferences have evolved in recent months.
The end of the year has an ability to stir up equity markets in a positive way. AsianInvestor asks asset managers what sectors and themes are likely to see action in the festive season.
Many asset owners such as pension funds and sovereign wealth funds utilise basic tools such as spreadsheets for asset allocation activities, a recent report revealed, although digital transformation is better in the Asia Pacific, according to another survey.
Family offices in Singapore are increasingly being forced to share operational resources or merge with other family offices, amid rising cost and regulatory pressures.
Sun Life Asia's Hong Kong-based ALM head leaves; Philippines's Maharlika fund gets first chief; Cerulli to shut Asia, Europe operations; Bosera AM's general manager departs; Amundi appoints new ETF sales heads; and more.
Higher interest rates make cash more attractive for risk-averse asset owners, but fund managers argue other assets may merit consideration.
The family office industry in Hong Kong expects the government's newly established dedicated institute, the Hong Kong Academy for Wealth Legacy, to nurture future gatekeepers as the region’s wealth transforms.