Karen Tan, head of investment solutions and managed solutions, Asia, at Pictet Wealth Management discusses current selection trends and how client preferences have evolved in recent months.
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Investors in Hong Kong and Singapore are looking for quality and safe-haven assets to drive long-term capital growth over the coming months, according to an AsianInvestor poll.
An array of investors from the Middle East are looking at expanding investments in Asia, inspired by the activities of Middle-East sovereign wealth funds and state-owned investors.
A Dubai-based senior executive who leads an outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO) business says it's time to hold large amounts of cash as the global economy is not out of the woods yet.
Chinese family offices in Singapore look at neighbouring countries for opportunities and show a clear preference for public over private markets.
Our second insurance-focused event in Hong Kong this year featured an insightful panel discussion, two fireside chats and four presentations on a range of trending topics. AsianInvestor presents the highlights of the day in photos.
The asset owner has issued requests for proposals for mandates involving exchange-traded funds (ETFs), bonds, equities, real estate, and other alternative assets. Some were awarded, while winners in others have yet to be announced.
Qatar Investment Authority is bullish on certain sectors in India, with electric vehicle and retail investments leading those bets, a top executive from the fund said at an event in Singapore.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC is doubling down on investing in certain sectors in China although it is becoming harder to have a top-down approach, Chief Executive Officer Lim Chow Kiat said at an event.
The CEO of a premier Indian business school's endowment fund explains how the fund is now in 'version 2.0' as it set its sights on bulking up its funding commitments, which should help to plot its investment strategy later on.
Wealthy mainland Chinese are choosing Singapore as a safe haven to park their wealth and to build a home away from home.
The investment entity of Hong Kong's railway operator seeks companies that have a proven track record and is keen to help portfolio companies explore new use cases within MTR's ecosystem.