AsianInvestor’s Family Office Briefing returns to Hong Kong as an in-person event for the first time since 2019 and will bring together a select group of family office leaders to discuss the investment landscape, emerging themes and opportunities, and the growing importance of sustainable and impact investing.
Health care, manufacturing, and special situations will keep the momentum in attracting private equity in 2023, a recently released report said.
Will the result be what happened in Indonesia? One thing is certain: the desire to create state investment platforms is growing regionally and globally.
In a tough year, investors have emerged more adaptable than ever, INA’s chief executive told the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong.
The Indonesia Investment Authority was established in 2021 to attract foreign capital to aid the country’s development. When the fund launched, its proposed system of governance raised concerns among financial experts.
The country's strategic sovereign wealth fund, Indonesia Investment Authority, was instrumental in driving investments, particularly in infrastructure and green energy transition, a report said.
AustralianSuper reshuffles investment leadership team; SFC welcomes first female CEO; PineBridge appoints Southeast Asia institutional sales head; ICG forms APAC infrastructure investment team in Singapore and Sydney; Milliman names head of life insurance consulting for Indonesia; and more.
Japan’s life insurers are bailing out of foreign bonds at a record pace; Taiwan's Public Service Pension Fund sees ten months of consecutive losses; Korea Investment Corporation has made its first direct investment in an asset management firm; and more.
Zero carbon commitments of advanced economy investors can destabilise emerging markets if the social risks are ignored.
The drive to develop an electric vehicle ecosystem in Indonesia will require advancing battery technology, a spokesperson for the sovereign wealth fund said.
China's family offices usually adopt more active investment strategies than their overseas peers, prefer direct equity investment, report says; Korea’s National Pension Service has raised holdings in US big-cap tech stocks; and more.
Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia and home to tech success stories like GoTo and Bukalapak, but thanks to the market’s size and scale, we are only at the very beginning of its start-up story.