The investment arm of MTR Corporation makes direct investments in early-to-growth stage companies, has wholly-owned subsidiaries and incubates startups as well.
New World Development’s FTLife endorses the use of ETFs for swift exposure adjustment and risk management, particularly in the face of Hong Kong’s forthcoming risk-based capital regime.
Hong Kong’s investment arm will give priority to investments in tech and advanced manufacturing after receiving over 100 investment proposals from venture capital funds and asset managers.
Ontario Teachers' makes changes in its APAC leadership team; Australian Retirement Trust deputy CIO leaves; Franklin Templeton taps Greater China sales role from BNP Paribas AM; Asian Development Bank appoints VP for East, SE Asia; JP Morgan AM Asia ETFs head departs; and more.
Ping An Group's head of international ESG highlighted the challenges of ESG investment in emerging markets, as well as China’s growing discussions on incoming international disclosure standards.
China Life Overseas and Manulife Asia will stick to pivoting portfolios towards fixed income assets into 2024 in preparation for a high-rate environment and evolving insurance rules.
Saudi Arabia's PIF weighs India office; FWD postpones IPO plans again; AustralianSuper inks its largest European infra deal; Temasek inks deep-tech pact with local universities; Aviva sells stake in Singlife; and more.
HESTA hires Saudi wealth fund's former head of markets; Janet Li joins BEA Union Investment; Victoria-based asset owner names infra head; IFM Investors hires former Jupiter AM Asia chief; Prudential names chief IT officer; and more.
The French asset manager ends local portfolio management activities in Hong Kong and shifts to managing emerging market portfolios from Paris and London.
Australian Retirement Trust starts search for next CEO; MAS names next MD; Cbus appoints deputy CIO; LGIM opens Singapore office; Northern Trust names HK head of asset servicing; HSBC Life Singapore gets new CEO; and more.
Wealthy mainland Chinese are choosing Singapore as a safe haven to park their wealth and to build a home away from home.
The investment entity of Hong Kong's railway operator seeks companies that have a proven track record and is keen to help portfolio companies explore new use cases within MTR's ecosystem.