Thailand’s Government Pension fund is contemplating teaming up with pension funds from other countries as it continues to ramp up its exposure to alternatives investments.
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Faced with rising demand for pension support amid a grim investing environment, Thailand’s Government Pension Fund aims to ride through challenges by fine-tuning its asset allocation.
The $21 billion fund thinks local-currency emerging market bonds can overcome US rate hike pressures and wants its overseas allocation cap to be lifted to 40% from 30%.
The $21 billion Government Pension Fund continues to expand its private markets portfolio while looking to manage more global equity exposure in-house.
Winning an Institutional Excellence Award for Southeast Asia, the Government Pension Fund of Thailand has tightened risk management, better enabling it to address absolute return.