A broad spectrum of regulations across Asia’s various markets presents challenges to the focus on sustainability, but they are not impossible to navigate, according to executives at the two insurers.
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Some of the biggest pension funds, state-owned investors and family offices across Asia take stock of their exposure to Silicon Valley Bank after it was shut down by US regulators.
Growth trumps green credentials in much of corporate Asia, but the pension fund insists it can use its ownership position to foster greater climate consciousness.
APG Asset Management’s Asia presence has grown significantly in recent years as the Dutch asset manager for Europe’s largest pension fund providers seeks to extract value from its private and capital markets.
Driven by gains in the value of existing real estate and new development, Asian investment property is likely to lead the world over the next decade, Hines says.
The US-based pension fund, which invests in Asia, says private equity markets have finally turned a corner and emphasises the importance of open communication between general and limited partners during tough times.
Expectations of tamed inflation and possible easing of interest rates could boost potential across the region, although questions and risks remain.
Asia will continue to attract private equity investors, but these investors might also look at other markets and strategies in order to avoid pitfalls.
With private real estate outperforming most sectors globally in 2022, AsianInvestor examines the opportunities, risks and trends that could define real estate investments in APAC in 2023.
In 2017, industry experts correctly predicted that asset owner demand would continue to drive the rapid expansion of private debt markets both globally and in Asia over the next decade.
Property markets may be facing a turning point, but long-term structural trends continue to underpin real estate in Asia Pacific, making the sector potentially attractive for overseas capital, says Jing Dong Lai, CIO and CEO, M&G Real Estate Asia
“Asia still has a way to go compared to Europe and the US when it comes to ESG adoption” – HSBC Asset Management’s Jacqueline Pang
HSBC Asset Management’s Jacqueline Pang elaborates on the journey ESG in Asia will have to undertake to move from the fringe to the mainstream