The Chinese sovereign wealth fund believes co-investments can effectively expand its investment pipeline but is looking outside the US for fund vehicles or direct investments.
The Chinese government will next week discuss its economic and social development plan for 2021 to 2025 against a volatile global backdrop. Investment experts are mulling potential outcomes.
Foreign institutions applying for a mutual fund management company (FMC) licence face far more stringent requirements than private fund management permissions.
US asset owners seeking diversification and returns in a low-yield environment will find it hard to disregard Chinese deals such as the mega Chinese IPO, despite political tensions.
The country's reform of its three-pillar pension system continues to see slow progress. Experts say developments should focus on the third pillar of individual pension schemes.
The country's latest plan to merge the two foreign investment schemes could raise protective instruments and demonstrates its commitment to opening up, say observers.
CIC may not reach the goal of having 50% of its assets in its global portfolio allocated in alternatives by 2022, but it will continue to increase investments in private markets.
The three investment organisations have been investing into internal technology and data through the pandemic period to become more efficient and spot investment possibilities.
The Chinese financial regulator eased the rules around insurance asset management products, which should hasten their issuance and raise their appeal with other investors.
Beijing is seen as highly unlikely to rush to offload US Treasuries for a number of reasons, despite mounting tensions between the US and China.
The large Chinese insurer is adding investment, sales and operational staff to its Hong Kong asset management unit, reflecting a rising trend.
The sovereign wealth fund has committed several hundred million dollars to Gaw Capital’s first data centre investment platform, underscoring its appetite to enter new markets in Asia.
It is the first time the China pension fund has sought to hire external managers for overseas mandates since 2015. The mandates include its first mandate for responsible investing.
The move will ultimately help to improve insurers’ investment performance and enhance corporate governance standards across the entire investment community.
The Chinese insurance group is looking to leverage on Beijing's plans to boost healthcare, rental housing and transportation infrastructure.
Global investor interest in Chinese buyout funds, in particular, is set to rise and co-investments also increasing, according to a new study by McKinsey.
The state-owned insurer explains why it favours equities despite imminent risks, while taking a more cautious stance towards allocating overseas.
How will new solvency regimes impact investment portfolios and insurers' internal resources in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan? Six experts share their views.
The industry regulator may want Chinese insurance firms to reduce risk in their investment portfolios, but it seems to be sending mixed messages.
The US fund manager, fresh from its acquisition of rival Legg Mason, sees China as a huge opportunity in respect of asset owners, both onshore and offshore.