Sovereign wealth funds and institutional investors are still holding 20% cash in their portfolios, suggesting more capital deployment to risk assets, a new report finds
The country's second-largest life insurer plans a higher allocation to domestic equities and real estate assets. It also intends to focus its attention on US debt.
China’s tightening of fintech regulations has dealt a blow to companies such as Alibaba and Tencent. With a slew of IPOs coming in Hong Kong, investors assess tech stock valuations.
The pension fund manager is looking to add to a small allocation in the country's fixed income assets, while it is staying neutral in equities over concerns of high volatility.
The multilateral development bank is seeking more co-investments in renewable projects and to partner for more equity investing and ESG bond issuance in the coming years.
CPIC's CIO says the insurer plans to take its time on acquiring an "insurance-related business" in greater China, while it wants to raise H- and A-share investments.