AsianInvestor has identified 10 outstanding executives who are leading best practices and innovative thinking at sovereign wealth funds operating in the region. Today, we showcase executives from Australia’s Future Fund and Bhutan’s Druk Holding and Investments.
Institutional real estate investors are targeting Japan's underserved logistics hubs, Australia's burgeoning build-to-rent sector, and Korea's rising co-living spaces amid a resilient market outlook.
As the investment landscape continues to shift, infrastructure investments in the region appear set to continue presenting opportunities for resilience and long-term success, driven by the growth of technology and the demand for renewable energy.
The appetite of Canadian pension funds for sustainable and decarbonisation opportunities in Australian agriculture is growing, as the Alberta Investment Management Corporation secures a large-scale cattle breeding business.
Australia's top super funds are increasing their global asset allocations, as the superannuation system continues to see growth rates not seen by its global peers.
Over the last three years, Australia’s agriculture and farmland have been in high demand for institutional investors in Canada searching for diversification and sustainability.
The Australian super funds become the latest to merge as government reforms targeting fees and performance continue to drive consolidations across the nation’s retirement landscape.
One of Australia’s oldest superannuation funds has enlisted the help of quant and systematic trading specialists Premialab to evaluate risk, performance and fees.
After previously looking in vain at agricultural land as an asset class, the sector has now matured to become more attractive to institutional investors, the pension fund’s CIO tells AsianInvestor.
After two senior departures inside a year, the Australian sovereign fund has elevated a deputy CIO to oversee the $160 billion portfolio.
AsianInvestor has identified 20 outstanding executives who are driving the region's pension industry forward. Today, we feature leaders from Australia and Canada — CSC and CPP Investments.
The plan to make Australia a renewable energy superpower featured heavily throughout this year’s Federal Budget — which translates into opportunities to attract more capital from asset owners and the private sector.