Major asset owners like Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and GIC discuss lessons learned from the pandemic.
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated changes in how international asset owners invest in Asia. They are increasingly moving to add resources and form partnerships in the region.
Future Fund's Costello decries tech stock bubble; Australian super funds not worried about inflation; Chinese investment into Australia lowest for decade; Korea's NPS returns 9.7%; Korean insurers to get more scrutiny of their investments; Khazanah injects capital into Malaysia Airlines; Temasek makes more China tech investments; GIC forms HK JV to acquire Shanghai site; CPPIB's Machin quits on vaccine scandal.
The data and analytics specialist is joining asset management consultancy Shoreline to expand the team in Singapore advising on investment operating models.
Standard & Poor’s says asset volatility will lead insurers to invest more in offshore debt, a need that could raise questions for their regulators.
Aware Super acquires 25% of retirement business; India's NIIF competes with offshore investors to buy high infrastructure; Korea Post looking to hire two domestic managers for foreign alternatives portfolio; Taiwan's BLF terminates two fund managers implicated in bribery scandal from mandate and more.