Institutional investors have at times increased their exposure to market risks in unnecessary manners, eroding their potential levels of investment return for no reward.
For the 20th anniversary edition of AsianInvestor magazine, we took a look at some of the statistics that reflect just how much the region's financial markets and its investors have grown.
The largest pension fund and life insurers of South Korea are becoming increasingly assertive in their investments, as they chase more yield, according to new data.
The second half survey of alternatives data provider Preqin reveals that investors are not very confident about the future, which could lead some to re-weigh their private asset allocations.
Asset owners across the world are pouring more money into exchange-traded funds. Asset owners in Greater China aim to do more as well, according to Brown Brothers Harriman.
Global investors are developing increasingly complicated portfolios, which are causing them to both add investment staff and new asset classes, according to a survey by bfinance.