With the 60/40 allocation a thing of the past, investors are looking to alternative assets for higher yield, inflation hedging, and portfolio diversification.
Driven by market volatility and the search for higher yields, family offices are raising allocation to alternative assets.
Exclusive research from Nuveen reveals APAC asset owners are more likely to implement inflation mitigation changes in portfolio, through incorporating – or increasing – less liquid investments, than investors from other regions.
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Inflation and stagflation continue to be a concern for investors amid the Russia-Ukraine war, supply chain disruptions and rising energy prices.
While the Canadian pension fund sees great opportunity throughout Asia’s emerging markets, it currently views India as the most investable and viable from an infrastructure investment perspective.
Asian asset owners are less concerned about geopolitical risk but are just as worried as their global counterparts about inflation and rising rates, according to a new survey by Bfinance.
Real estate and private equity are the most common alternatives that institutional investors allocate to, but private credit is fast closing the gap, according to a recent survey by Nuveen.
The next-generation of family offices in Asia are taking a fresh look at asset classes, as interest turns away from traditional investments and towards exciting new ventures.
Omicron may have put the bite into the property sector, but commercial property in Asia Pacific is defying the odds in a challenging sector, says a CBRE report.
Asset owners can boost returns through alternative allocation, the head of alternatives at the Brunei Investment Agency says, as she takes on an expanded role.
If you're nervous about investing even more into a potentially overpriced stock market, why not try a few alternative investment opportunities instead?