China's main state pension fund could run out of assets by 2035; Malaysia's EPF signs up to UNPRI; Korea's NongHyup posts first ever loss; Singapore's GIC jumps into Vietnam's fintech sector.
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After only a week, a quarter of the sharia-compliant part of the $160 billion state pension fund has been taken up by members. But the institution is unlikely to run all of its assets in this way.
The deputy chief executive of Malaysia’s biggest state retirement fund tells AsianInvestor about its investment approach and where it sees opportunities.
Malaysia’s $177 billion state pension fund continues its drive to diversify more into foreign investments, as its assets maintain their rapid growth.
Malaysia’s $170 billion Employees' Provident Fund, struggling to compete with global capital inflows, will gradually increase external allocation.