Chinese family offices in Singapore look at neighbouring countries for opportunities and show a clear preference for public over private markets.
One of Canada's top pension fund managers believes there are plenty of opportunities in the region, even as it strikes a cautious tone on investing in the region's largest economy.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC is doubling down on investing in certain sectors in China although it is becoming harder to have a top-down approach, Chief Executive Officer Lim Chow Kiat said at an event.
Eight funds available in Hong Kong and seven funds in Singapore have small exposures to Country Garden, the latest distressed Chinese property developer in the spotlight.
The departure of the Canadian fund’s Greater China real estate head comes amid growing fears of a mainland property crisis and tension between Ottawa and Beijing.
The US-based asset manager plans to ramp up hiring in the region as it tailors offerings to meet demand from family offices as well as enhance its alternative asset capabilities.
Schroders Capital is close to launching its first onshore private equity offering in China, as it looks to capitalise on the growing renminbi market.
Asian emerging market equities have pulled in a lot of investment in recent times, even though the picture is mixed when it comes to China. Where are they headed next?
Singapore state investment fund navigates deglobalising environment to boost portfolio resilience.
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.
Rising levels of distressed sales in China’s property sector paint a distorted picture of the sector’s woes, according to investors and advisers.
As asset owners emerge blinking in the daylight of the post-Covid reality, private markets and technology are offering the best way forward, two reports say.