In the next part of our award summaries, we reveal the reasons for choosing the top fund houses for the second set of Asia Pacific's main regional markets.
Taiwan's Bureau for Labor Funds is helping push ESG standards, but the island's investors need topdown regulatory guidance to make the concepts flourish.
The standards are relatively new in Taiwan, but there is enough raw potential among its citizens to support a deeper level of adoption.
Taiwan's largest insurance group defends the industry's high overseas investments as calls grow for insurers to shift their money home.
Despite current political tensions, a new report suggests there is a much more cooperative relationship between Taiwan and the Chinese mainland from a business perspective.
Other insurers in Taiwan will most likely follow suit after the recent investment limit on Formosa bonds.
Taiwan will soon have its first ESG ETF and pension funds could be the likeliest target market.
AsianInvestor details why Malaysia's KWAP stood strong for its ESG commitment, and how Liu Li-ju of Taiwan's BLF impresses for her ongoing efforts to improve its capabilities.
AsianInvestor reveals why we chose Korea Teachers Credit Union, GIC of Singapore and the Bureau of Labor Funds as the top institutions for Korea, Southeast Asia and Taiwan.
The world's biggest asset manager will see the executive depart, as its actively managed offshore fund assets shrank this year in Taiwan, even as its local ETF business is thriving.
The domestic portfolio will be split among six managers and issued early next year now that valuations are below their historical averages. Timings will be dictated by global conditions.
Unlike bigger peer Cathay Life, Fubon Life said it might look at investment opportunities in the domestic market as hedging costs rise along with US interest rates.
The Taiwanese state pension fund has issued a request for proposal for an overseas equity portfolio that will employ factor strategies.
The British insurer’s Asian arm has hired from a rival as it continues to install local chief investment officers across the region, in an ongoing reorganisation and buildout.
For now, investing more at home seems less of a priority for Taiwan's largest life insurer, despite the regulator's efforts to encourage lifers to support the country's strategic objectives.
According to a mechanism being considered by the financial regulator, these charges could be adjusted so that they fall in a bear market and rise in a bull market, providing more stability.
The state pension fund is inviting fund houses to bid for a broadly-defined domestic mandate that is targeting an initial investment return of just under 6%.
The Taiwanese insurer is among those pushing for a reduction in the capital charge for certain types of local stocks, despite concerns about the potential risks in some quarters.
New rules on recognising Formosa bonds as part of Taiwanese insurers' overseas assets are expected to impact their offshore investment strategies.
The Taiwanese life insurer raised its exposure to global bonds and equities, while maintaining low forex hedging costs -- a strategy that yielded higher portfolio returns from a year ago.