International institutional investors are wading into an upcoming segment of the market, encouraged by a business-to-consumer model and the possibility of a publicly traded Reit.
Some of Canada’s biggest retirement funds are taking risk off the table and moving more cautiously in their efforts to expand their Asia-Pacific portfolios.
The Canadian pension plan is keen to partner with local institutions in growth markets to help them invest in long-term infrastructure projects.
Canada's CPDQ to acquire 40% of CLP India; Chikyoren announces PE mandate; Kwap to undergo managerial revamp; Singapore's GIC to establish China fund, and more.
A decade after the collapse of Lehman Brothers triggered a global financial crisis, we asked asset owners and advisers how they see financial markets now.
The $187 billion public pension fund is to double its emerging-markets exposure, with Asia a priority. It has set up an India office and hired its first heads for South Asia and Asia-Pacific infrastructure.