China appears to have largely fought off the coronavirus, while the US is yet to hit peak contagion. How are investors viewing each market?
The second-largest life insurer in Taiwan cuts its allocation to China bonds and raises its exposure to North America.
Market volatility has resulted in challenges in both equity and fixed-income investments for China's biggest lifer.
The spread of the coronavirus underlines both the extent of Beijing's control in China, but also the vulnerabilities this can cause. Overseas investors need to take stock.
Asset owners are being encouraged to use their investing influence to bring about the changes necessary to reduce the number of children and adults in modern slavery.
Despite headwinds facing the Chinese economy, big asset owners expect mainland private equity to become more attractive, potentially requiring a change in investment approach.