Leaders from major Canadian, Malaysian, and Indian pension funds discussed their strategic approaches and challenges towards ESG commitments in a rapidly evolving landscape of sustainable investments.
Leaders from major Canadian, Malaysian and Indian pension funds shared their innovative and unique approaches to navigating today's complex financial landscape in the pursuit of growth while remaining true to their mandates.
The month yielded a crop of exclusive and never-before interviewed asset owners including Hong Kong Investment Corp and The Rockefeller Foundation.
CDPQ and OTPP have no plans to return to the sector, following a pull-out earlier in the year. These moves come after a sharp acceleration in China allocations by Canada's institutional investors over the past decade.
The drive towards sustainability in Australia's agriculture market is increasingly attracting much-needed capital from institutional investors, as demonstrated by the recent strategic partnership between Canada’s CDPQ and the Australian government-owned CEFC.
As well as two Asian funds leading Global SWF’s latest governance, sustainability, and resilience (GSR) scoreboard, the report shows sovereign wealth funds, are catching up quickly with public pension funds through their impact activities and reporting.
Korea's National Pension Service is considering opening an overseas office in San Francisco for new investment opportunities; GIC's green bonds purchase finances renewable energy portfolio; CalSTRS narrows in on China equity fund managers; and more.
AsianInvestor has identified 20 outstanding executives who are driving the region's pension industry forward. Today, we feature leaders from Canada and China — CDPQ and NCSSF.
Five of the largest pension funds in Canada were questioned on their exposure to China by a parliamentary committee of the Canadian government earlier this month.
We showcase AsianInvestor's best interviews with asset owners in April -- all of which had a distinct flavour of ESG and sustainability.
Different markets across the region provide different opportunities for the favoured asset class, pension fund CDPQ’s Asia Pacific infrastructure head tells AsianInvestor.
Two of Canada’s largest pension funds are still reeling from their losses in fraudulently managed crypto exchanges and have sworn off the sector. Some experts believe the funds simply bet on the 'wrong horses.'