Inflation and economic uncertainty are leading to dwindling opportunities for investors, top executives from both institutions told AsianInvestor.
The Dutch pension manager expanded its partnership in the Chinese market in 2019. The latest available data shows the portfolio is growing and doing well.
Some of the big investors encouraging agreements where building owners and tenants can help cut emissions. Still, these deals can be hard to put in place.
Even as regulators crack down on the practice, accurately estimating the environmental and social impact of an investment remains challenging.
As education remains a centrepiece of Australia’s global services exports, the purpose-built student accommodation sector is continuing to attract significant capital commitments from foreign asset owners.
Surging interest rates resulted in a liquidity crisis for UK pension funds, but other systems in the Netherlands and Asia aren't likely to meet the same fate: APG, fund managers
Hiring, training and green leases help make up for continued paucity of information.
Asia’s private markets are facing the same macroeconomic challenges as the rest of the world, but the Dutch pension fund sees rising investment opportunities in consumer services, healthcare and financial sectors.
Dutch pension fund provider APG has announced that Thijs Aaten will take over as the chief executive of its Asia Pacific operations while current CEO Wim Hazeleger steps down.
Dutch pension provider APG has increased its commitment to Australian commercial real estate debt by A$600 million via leading investment manager, MaxCap Group.
For the Dutch pension fund manager, actively investing in the communications industry means keeping an eye on new technology, regulations, and consumer behaviour to continue to outperform their index.
Efforts are focusing on shareholder resolutions and access to independent directors