A university endowment and family assets manager speaking at AsianInvestor’s sixth Institutional Investment Forum China explain how they aim to deliver yields of 8% or more.
As global uncertainties continue to brew, at AsianInvestor’s sixth Institutional Investment Forum China, CIC and CPIC reveal the biggest challenges they face.
Adopting a credit-risk model based on issuer-specific curves and relevant cluster curves allows asset owners to capture changes in investor sentiment as they occur. This is especially important during turbulent periods such as we face now.
Its latest technology investment will boost the Chinese insurance group's auto insurance business. But, the VC fund head tells AsianInvestor, further gains are expected.
Now that the quota limits of QFIIs are gone, should Chinese domestic investors expect their overseas investment restrictions to go away as well? Five specialists give their views.
AsianInvestor's sister publication FinanceAsia gained a set of market reactions about the decision of China's authorities to end the limits on qualified foreign institutional investors.
Chinese asset owners lost to Hong Kong and Taiwan in terms of their aggregate AUM growth, but its insurance companies were standout climbers.
The country's elimination of limits on qualified foreign institutional investor and RQFII investments is welcome and could help encourage better governance and transparency.
Fundraising for private equity and venture capital had been on a downward path since November, but began to improve in July. Are asset owners becoming more supportive?
China’s ongoing trade dispute with the US looks set to run and run and will hurt both economies. But it also offers opportunities for some healthy financial reform.
Alaska Permanent Fund is gearing up to trade Chinese debt after including it in its index this year, and would like to find more Asian fund managers for its absolute return portfolio.
Experts say Chinese insurers buying into infrastructure-backed non-standard debt to tread cautiously as the country engages on a spending spree to curb a slowing economy.
The US fund house has brought in a head of business strategy and development for A-share investment as Chinese equities attract more interest from international investors.
China’s national pension fund will play a greater role in helping local governments grow their pension assets. This should also benefit external asset managers.
The ongoing trade war between the US and China shows no signs of abating. While it's hurting many nations, some could benefit. Six experts say where the opportunities lie.
What it wants are relatively safe assets with stable income flow, which is probably why it is growing its allocation cautiously.
The high-profile departure of the chief executive of Hong Kong's flagship carrier will only underline foreign investor concerns about the risks of doing business in China.
The US pension fund may hand out external mandates for China A-shares, joining other asset owners tapping the asset class in spite of the US-China trade war.
The country is seeing a combination of its own local asset owners and more international players looking for private equity opportunities. But deal flows are down, while risks are rising.
China's second-largest life insurer also upped its investments in a selective number of stocks, according to its latest interim results.