The world’s largest pension fund greatly benefitted from its nearly 50% asset allocation to equities after the global stock rally since April last year.
The nation’s largest life insurer is understood to be readying $8 billion in mandates, including increased overseas exposure. Developed market equities are forecast to be the focus.
The mainland's largest life insurer has outsourced a series of global equity and multi-asset mandates to international managers, blazing a trail that industry peers are forecast to follow.
Korea’s $311 billion National Pension Service will expand its manager outsourcing programmes in other asset classes.
Taiwan’s Bureau of Labour Insurance has narrowed its search for a $600 million mandate to eight fund houses, say sources. It will be its first mandate in nearly five years.
The insurance arm of the $70 billion government-linked organisation is requesting proposals related to managing global equities and advising on alternatives.