The unimpressive returns of alternative premia products of late are unlikely to attract regional asset owners to invest in them, despite their supposed advantages of diversification.
Major asset owners like Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and GIC discuss lessons learned from the pandemic.
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated changes in how international asset owners invest in Asia. They are increasingly moving to add resources and form partnerships in the region.
AsianInvestor concludes its awards descriptions by revealing the asset owner that excelled during Covid-19 and the region's most impressive chief investment officer.
AsianInvestor reveals the reasons why China Pacific Insurance Company stood out for its improved tech, while Future Fund demonstrated the benefits of selling alternative assets.
AsianInvestor reveals the other institutional category winners, and how Ping An Insurance, New Zealand Super and Canada's OTPP shone over their peers.
AsianInvestor explains why Public Officials Benefit Association and National Pension Service were named for our bifurcated pension category awards.
For our final set of asset owner-focused awards we reveal the asset owners that most impressed for specific parts of their operations, including the top responder to Covid-19.
For our second set of awards, we reveal which asset owners most impressed when measured against their direct peers by organisation type.
AsianInvestor's annual Institutional Excellence Awards nominations period will end on Friday November 20. Get your submissions in this week!
The consensus of returns for most assets is a lot lower than it has been for the last decade. Adapting to this environment will likely push more investors to delegate their investment activities to third parties and hopefully gain an edge.
A new report makes some big calls on the funds industry, including the rise of discretionary management and the mass affluent in Asia, plus a shift into passive investments worldwide.