The region's insurers will need to navigate a combination of an influx of new capital rules and accountancy changes as they seek to invest their growing portfolios.
The increasing transfer of wealth between generations is could set the stage for increasing family office interest in ESG and sustainability.
The coming five years promise to see changes in leading family offices as they cater to wealth succession and a rising focus on sustainability.
AsianInvestor spoke to the global head of governance at Willis Towers Watson on his efforts helping establish New Zealand Super and the importance of good processes.
AsianInvestor spoke with real estate investing guru John Lim on how the region has changed for investing, and the ignorance with which many overseas managers still look at Asia.
AsianInvestor spoke to Chin Chou, head of Morgan Stanley Private Equity Asia, about how the business has focused on key areas as the region has gained international appeal.
AsianInvestor gained the views of GSAM chairman Sheila Patel on how Asian investing has changed, and why she hopes to see more definitive investment flows into the region.
AsianInvestor spoke to Mark Browning, head of Asia for Franklin Templeton, shortly before his departure from the fund house, about how fund management has changed in 20 years.
AsianInvestor held a set of interviews with senior executive veterans of Asia's investment industry. First, Matt Whineray of NZ Super describes how his organisation has changed.
As they plan for an uncertain and low-rate investment future, asset owners will likely insource more of their investing, add internal expertise and seek to improve their governance.
The coming decade will cause many new challenges for asset owners. They need to develop their skills to compensate and ensure decent annual returns.
Consolidation among ESG data providers is set to offer more rounded and uniform data in the coming few years, helping to create universal standards that spread the ideas even further.
Environmental, social and governance practices are gaining asset owner appeal after doing well in 2019 and the pandemic. But a lack of data standardisation is limiting its potential.
AsianInvestor highlights 20 of the most seasoned and influential executives across institutional investors. We end our profiles by looking at Dilhan Pillay of Temasek and Choo Heung-sik, formerly of Bank of Korea and KIC.
AsianInvestor profiles 20 of the most influential individuals to play a role in Asia Pacific institutional investment. Our penulatimate two profiles take in Ng Kok Song, former group CIO of Singapore's GIC, and Vachira Arromdee, the assistant governor of Bank of Thailand.
AsianInvestor identified 20 of the most influential individuals who helped advance institutional investment across the Asia Pacific. Our latest profiles focus on Jacob Tsang, formerly of the Hong Kong Jockey Club and Zhao Haiying of China Investment Corporation.
AsianInvestor has picked 20 of Asia's most impressive asset owner executives. Today we profile Liu Li-Ju of Taiwan's Bureau of Labor Funds and Sophia Cheng of Cathay Financial.
AsianInvestor has picked 20 standout asset owner executives from across Asia Pacific. Today we profile Catherine Savage, chair of the Guardians of New Zealand Super, and Mark Delaney, CIO of AustralianSuper.
AsianInvestor profiles our pick of asset owner executives across the region from the past two decades. Here we feature Raphael Arndt of Future Fund and Hiromichi Mizuno of GPIF.
AsianInvestor profiles 20 of the asset owner executives who have had an outsize impact over the past 20 years. Today's duo is Benjamin Deng of China Pacific Insurance and CPPIB's Suyi Kim.