The Chinese insurer is targeting various asset classes as it looks to diversify overseas via its new Hong Kong operation, despite market uncertainties.
China’s third-largest insurer will target long-term strategic investments into overseas insurers after its $1.81 billion GDR listing in London, says its group chief investment officer.
China's third biggest insurer is growing the Hong Kong unit with an eye on more foreign assets, a planned London listing and, ultimately, managing money for external clients.
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Despite headwinds facing the Chinese economy, big asset owners expect mainland private equity to become more attractive, potentially requiring a change in investment approach.
The big Chinese insurer is about to fund its first global multi-asset portfolio, as chief investment officer Ben Deng continues a strategy revamp and eyes more foreign exposure.
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The group CIO of the third-largest insurer in China discusses how the lifer is going to lengthen asset duration and possibly increase overseas exposure.
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China’s third-largest insurer is eyeing Belt and Road-related investments but pursues a different strategy to its bigger peer by seeking indirect exposure.
China’s third-largest life insurer has invited pitches for three overseas mandates that focus on multi-asset strategies. The three mandates will be worth $128 million in assets.
The large Chinese insurer is adding investment, sales and operational staff to its Hong Kong asset management unit, reflecting a rising trend.
China's third largest insurer has tapped the Hong Kong-based rival firm to appoint a group chief investment officer, which is understood to be a newly created role.
Senior executives from some of the region's leading firms shared their views on exchange-traded funds at our Insurance Investment Forum in Hong Kong.
China’s former central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan has spoken in favour of letting pension funds invest overseas, a sign senior officials are considering such a move.
The Dutch asset manager is looking for a replacement following the exit of its head of China distribution at the end of March.
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.