The Japanese pension fund’s actively managed foreign-equity investments outperformed the far larger amounts being managed passively. Should it take active investing more seriously?
New prime minister Yoshihide Suga could set out plans to tighten GPIF's oversight to garner support for his re-election next year, say country experts.
AsianInvestor profiles our pick of asset owner executives across the region from the past two decades. Here we feature Raphael Arndt of Future Fund and Hiromichi Mizuno of GPIF.
For our final set of award descriptions we reveal our top hedge fund manager, the best institutional solutions provider, Asia's top fund house and the asset manager of the year.
The pension fund wants fund-of-fund houses to offer information about emerging market infrastructure plus foreign bond investments, and it has launched an index analysis system.
Continuity in asset allocation and investment strategy is widely expected at the world’s largest pension fund as it replaces Hiromichi Mizuno with an experienced banker.