The Malaysian pension fund has added a tech mandate to its private equity allocation and is looking to invest with experienced fund managers, its deputy CEO says.
A more cautious mood due to Malaysia's new government could be to blame, along with valuation declines and adverse currency conversion effects. Is it the start of a new trend?
The Malaysian unit of British insurer Prudential favours local investment-grade bonds as it seeks to insulate the portfolio from medium-term global market uncertainties.
Japan plans a sovereign wealth fund; Malaysia’s head of EPF shifts to Khazanah; Korea’s NPA signs stewardship code; Korea Post Insurance offers multi-asset tactical mandate; Philippines and Vietnam face need for more pension payments, and more.
Malaysia's new government can take several steps to improve the country's investment industry and appeal to foreign investors. AsianInvestor lists five it could prioritise.
Better corporate governance standards, as well as a kinder global backdrop, needed too for investors to put more money to work in China. Axa Affin Life's CEO explains why.
Echoing other influential voices in the region expressing concern about the impact of escalating trade tensions, Rohit Nambiar fears more capital could yet flow out.
Senior executives at Prudential Malaysia and EPF outlined the various regulatory hurdles and market constraints during a panel discussion at a recent AI forum.
EPF, Prudential Malaysia and Axa Affin Life are adopting ESG principles in different ways, ranging from exclusionary screening to sustainable investing, delegates heard at an AI forum.
Leading investors gathered for the latest insights at AsianInvestor's debut Malaysia-focused conference in Kuala Lumpur.
The Malaysian pension fund expects to raise its overseas exposure partly through raising private market investments, its CEO told delegates at AsianInvestor's forum in Kuala Lumpur.
Leading experts gathered in Kuala Lumpur on June 26 to discuss key investment trends and challenges.
After last week's stunning election upset in Malaysia, we asked five experts on what the new government's policy priorities are likely to be and whether it will stay foreign-investor-friendly.
A new government is to take office in Malaysia for the first time in its history. What does the fall of Najib Razak mean for investors in the country and across the region?
The $200 billion Malaysian pension fund is enamoured by China's growth opportunities and aims to raise investment allocations in overseas markets over the next 12 months.
We are identifying 20 outstanding executives who are driving the region's pension funds forward. Today, we feature leaders from Japan's GPIF and Malaysia's Kwap.
We are identifying 20 outstanding executives who are driving the region's pension funds forward. Today, we feature leaders from China's NCSSF and Malaysia's EPF.
Other Asean instos could follow after Malaysia's second-largest pension fund, which already has ESG rules for equities and fixed income investing, signed up to UN-backed RI principles.
A few green shoots of innovation are emerging among the region's pension funds, as regulation and the rush into alternatives and overseas markets prompt a rethink.
Indian commercial banks and Chinese insurance companies were among the best-represented organisations within the mid 100 organisations in this year's AI300.