CareSuper hires equities chief; Prudential gets former AIA executive for Macau; Value Partners names co-CIO for fixed income; Eastspring's fixed income team expands; abrdn hires wholesale distribution head for Hong Kong; and more.
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Ontario Teachers' names sustainable investing lead; Aware Super hires income assets head; ICG creates Apac infra team with former Keppel Capital Alternate Asset experts; Raffles Family Office hires digital assets CIO; and more.
Super funds name new chairs; Manulife appoints Hong Kong CEO; BlackRock announces senior appointments; SC Capital Partners make senior hires across several territories; Capital Group hires Southeast Asia intermediary director; and more.
Hiring, training and green leases help make up for continued paucity of information.
Malaysia’s KWAP aims to increase its overseas investments; Singapore’s GIC will take a majority stake in luxury beach resort group; Korea's KIC posted double-digit returns for the first half of 2022.
Weekly investors roundup: Sumitomo Life Insurance issues $22 billion corporate bond mandate; Singapore's GIC increases stake in India's Phoenix Mills…
Sumitomo Life Insurance hands $22 billion foreign corporate bond mandate to US-based Symetra; Singapore’s GIC ups stake in India-based Phoenix Mills with $50 million new capital injection; Eight Taiwan pension funds report total investment loss of $8.4 billion from January through May; and more
Alternative data can be a source of outperformance for quantitatively orientated institutional investors looking to generate alpha and mitigate risk as investment strategies on traditional data sets becomes oversaturated.
The asset management industry continues to be male-dominated. Senior executives from Aware Super and State Street Global Advisors discuss how advocacy can move the needle.
Australia’s second largest super fund has emphasised its commitment to affordable housing at the same time as a leading campaigner for affordable housing has criticised Korea’s NPS over its property investments.
Asian investors including Aware Super, LGIAsuper, NZ Super and an Asian insurer have been increasing their allocations to Europe’s residential property sector this year.
Australia's second largest superannuation fund cites hedge funds, the lack of diversity in the workforce, and third party reporting as challenges that are holding back ESG progress.
When it comes to properties, new build and old build present very different ESG challenges. AsianInvestor asked asset owners which they prefer and why.