Institutional investors look to emerging markets’ fixed income assets, but the war in Ukraine has dampened sentiment in Europe, according to a new global survey.
A dynamic multi-asset strategy is key to keeping volatility at bay especially in the current volatile market environment, says Value Partners’ Kelly Chung.
Investors appear to have reset their short-term expectations and risk tolerance across asset classes due to higher-than-expected inflation, the rise of interest rates, and the war in Ukraine.
Will the Federal Reserve’s move to raise interest rates and tighten policy aggressively hamper the economic recovery in Asia? What impact will it have on equity and fixed income asset classes?
The markets have been in flux since Russia began its attack on the Ukraine. Amid the extreme volatility, we asked fund managers which safe haven assets could weather the storm.
Asia’s markets have fallen in response to Russia's attack on Ukraine on February 24. We ask financial experts what else Asia Pacific markets should expect in the face of this conflict.
Traditional infrastructure sectors for safe returns and digital sector investment for growth, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority tells AsianInvestor how it's covering all the bases.
Proximity to China and strong government support maintains Hong Kong’s status as Asia’s financial center, particularly for family offices.
Apac real estate assets will continue to draw more global investors chasing better returns in different niche sectors in Australia, Japan, and Korea.
Investors are confident in the state of the private capital industry, particularly in real estate and technology-related sectors. A recent report has pointed to Asia as the hottest jurisdiction for future opportunities.
Family disputes, Covid, low yields and high private market returns are driving a mindset change among family offices in Asia Pacific.
The Dutch pension fund manager sees more growth opportunities in Southeast Asia post Covid-19 but retains faith in China’s private equity market.