Many of the world’s largest asset owners are investing in infrastructure for the metaverse, which is set to be the next evolution of the internet.
What is the Metaverse beyond the buzzword? Dutch pension fund APG shares its views on the evolving tech landscape and how it could be leveraged for investment and client services.
As a pioneer in the Australian super space, CSC continues to focus on core objectives while taking calculated risks in an uncertain macro-economic environment.
Regional institutions’ investment managers outperformed their external peers, underlining that they are just as vital as modern asset allocation strategies.
The pension fund bowed to retail investor pressure and broadened its investment range into local stocks. Its policy reversal could set the stage for more populist pressure.
Taiwan's Bureau of Labor Funds is expected to thoroughly revise its internal rules as its new chief takes office. The state pension fund will likely invest more in local ETFs too.
The local financial regulator has extended the blanket ban on shorting until May but a partial ban will be in place after that, raising criticism from some experts.
A combination of relatively strong economic fundamentals and appealing yields is attracting the attention of asset owners in the region and beyond.
The reinsurance company benefited from a surge in equity prices from late March, only to shift one-fifth of its portfolio into defensive, short-term gilts in August. Its CIO explains why.
The sovereign wealth fund has become more cautious about private asset investing, worried that they may struggle to outperform its reference benchmark, net of an illiquidity premium.
The National Bank of Cambodia has seen its reserves swell by 20% to 30% a year. That’s leading it to invest in US Treasuries but also renminbi bonds and gold.
AIA’s group CIO said at AsianInvestor’s Asian Investment Summit that there's now a “massive gravitational pull towards passive” since active managers aren't proactive enough.