HKMA, MAS issue statements after the announced takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS; Temasek officials meet Maharlika executives; CDPQ eyes purchase of Indian unit of ATC; and more.
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Fubon Life names new Hong Kong CEO; Spirit Super hires deputy CIO; HKMA Exchange Fund deputy CEO retires; Australian Ethical welcomes new CEO; and more.
One of Hong Kong’s largest asset owners might be exploring private equity and infrastructure investments post-Covid, but the fund management industry says the Exchange Fund could be doing more on the ESG front.
From this month, we showcase some of the key asset owners covered by AsianInvestor during the past four weeks. In case you missed the stories, here's your chance to read what they said.
The de facto sovereign wealth fund of Hong Kong on Monday reported an investment loss of HK$202.4 billion ($25.8 billion), or 4.4%, for 2022 - the worst performance since 2008.
Hong Kong's de facto central bank engages different external asset managers to help manage various asset classes from time to time. Here’s a look at how it selects external investment managers for its Exchange Fund.
The worst global investment environment in 50 years has left the Exchange Fund with 'nowhere to hedge'. HKMA's chief executive said the fund plans to adopt a defensive position heading into 2023.
A slowing economy, higher interest costs, and a poorly performing de facto sovereign wealth fund all cloud Hong Kong's outlook in the second half of 2022.
Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) and Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) will soon unveil their initial study about transforming the city into a carbon trading hub that connects China with the rest of the world.
The new sustainable investment vehicle is expected to target more renewable projects in Latin America, Africa and South Asia.
Chief executive Eddie Yue highlights the urgency of providing greener banking system, and explains how Hong Kong could help Chinese green bonds issuers.
Measures to ensure continuity of investment management have been largely successful, but the situation requires constant monitoring to maintain efficiency, say asset owners.