A mass US Treasury bond sell-off last week sparked volatility in markets. We asked investment experts how this might be impacting asset owners' investment plans.
A growing number of investors in the region are using climate-aligned allocation strategies, but they could do more. Few set environmental standards in mandates, for instance.
Danish pension plan PBU may have backed a Southeast Asia women-focused fund for commercial reasons, but it is in a small minority of asset owners making such investments.
The new recruit at the UK asset management unit of Canada’s Great-West Life expects Southeast Asian stocks to catch up with their North Asian peers soon enough.
With asset managers' profit margins increasingly under pressure as fees fall and costs and client expectations rise, more industry consolidation is surely coming. But how quickly?
Yields on high-yield bonds have never been lower, but they retain a substantial share of fixed income portfolios. We asked investment experts how they are approaching these assets.
With parts of Japan under a state of emergency due to the virus, the prospect of the games being cancelled remains. However, officials are confident the event will go ahead.
The easing measures could favor equities in Hong Kong and the US while insurers still see hurdles in offshore exposure.
For the Year of the Ox, AsianInvestor offers predictions on some key market developments. Today: Will ESG greatly shift asset owners' investing approaches?
AsianInvestor is requesting submissions for its latest Asset Service and Asset Management awards, which will incorporate a panel of industry judges. Read on to learn more.
For the Year of the Ox, AsianInvestor offers predictions on some key market developments. Today: Which alternative asset class will climb most in asset owner portfolios?
For the Year of the Ox, AsianInvestor offers predictions on some key market developments. Today: Will cryptocurrencies finally gain favour with asset owners?
Risk appetite and asset valuations are at record levels in anticipation of a strong global recovery from the pandemic. Is the outlook justified for this lunar year?
For the Year of the Ox, AsianInvestor offers predictions on some key market developments. Today: Will emerging market equities outperform developed market equities?
For AsianInvestor's latest Year of the Ox outlook, we ask whether Hong Kong or Shanghai bourses could replace Nasdaq as the biggest site of equity fundraising in 2021.
Amid a glut of Covid-19 spending and stimulus could the world see sudden price hikes, or will costs remain controlled as the world slowly returns to normal?
AsianInvestor concludes revisiting last year's predictions by judging whether our views on Hong Kong's enduring financial strength and assessment of a Brexit deal were correct.
Asset owners and managers are being drawn to private credit investments in China and India, but also other areas. However, Asia presents unique risk challenges too.
Unable to access China's distressed assets directly, international private debt buyers have tied up with local partners and are building teams to identify opportunities.
AsianInvestor looks back on our market predictions at the beginning of Year of the Rat, assessing our views on the spread of AI among asset owners and the danger of inflation.