Centuries of human activity have created changes in climate, the natural environment and biodiversity that threaten human existence. Yet they also pose investment risks that Schroders believes require asset owners to understand and embrace ‘natural capital’.
Weekly investor roundup: Didi to delist in New York and pursue HK listing; China's NSSF invests $600 million in VC fund of funds
Didi has decided to delist in New York to pursue an A-share listing in Hong Kong; China’s National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has invested $627.23 million in a venture capital fund of funds managed by China International Capital Corporation (CICC); the entity formed through the merger of QSuper and Sunsuper will be called Australian Retirement Trust; GIC signs two Australia property deals through joint ventures; and more.
Asset owners are spoiled for choice when it comes to private credit assets, but keeping and finding talents as well as choosing the right managers remains a challenge.
The New Zealand sovereign fund is set to announce several new deals by March 2022.