Boosted by China's Reit market development and a series of regional measures, investors are being encouraged to utilise listed real estate vehicles.
The city's booming asset management industry is boosted by rising interest from family offices, the Wealth Connect scheme and a growing retail investor base.
The fear of missing out often leads investors to create a reactive portfolio made up of random opportunities, especially in venture capital, says one Indian family adviser.
The number of millionaires in mainland China grew by 35% in 2020, while the number of millionaires in Hong Kong fell by 7%, according to a new report from the private bank.
Institutions and family offices alike are sharpening their focus on themed investments to prepare for transition to low carbon economy.
A new PwC report reveals that Chinese family businesses are setting up an increasing number of family offices in the region as they seek to raise investment returns.
Despite eye-watering returns, there are strong signs that Spacs have reached a tipping point even as Singapore and Hong Kong weigh listings.
Wealth experts believe the rollout of Wealth Connect could help to entice wealthy individuals and then family offices to establish operations in the city, especially if initial quotas are raised.
The city-state is considering updating its recent variable capital company structure, a step that could enhance its allure as a destination for single-family offices versus Hong Kong.
Interest in non-fungible tokens has fallen nearly as quickly as it rose, but its underlying technologies still hold potential for institutional investors, experts say.
The financial meltdown of the family office has highlighted a need for greater risk control and a more cautious approach to portfolio diversification among its peers.
The city is vying with Singapore to become the family office hub in the region, but experts believe it will take time to amend important tax incentives to support this aspiration.
The latest run-up in the price of Bitcoin has sparked more interest in digital tokenised investments, particularly among wealthy families and individuals.
Some of the country's family offices are aiming to build larger positions in unlisted investments in order to take advantage of its maturing alternative asset sector.
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.
Economic developments in Asia present investment opportunities and current high valuations may be "an accident waiting to happen", say investors.
Rocketing tech valuations are putting pressure on private equity funds, so investors should consider more unpopular sectors such as financials, says Helen Zhu of Nan Fung Trinity.
The disease did not greatly impact the investing habits of the ultra-rich, but is driving them to consider more investing guidance, sustainability and succession planning, says a new study.
Asia's family offices believe market volatility will dominate the coming few months, amid a fractious US presidential transition and resurging Covid-19 cases across the world.
Wealthy families are setting up secondary offices in Singapore to diversify their exposure to risks, particularly in Hong Kong, and to avoid areas being badly affected by the pandemic.