After nine years at Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme, the winner of AsianInvestor’s 2016 lifetime achievement award is seeking a new challenge.
Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme made its first smart-beta allocation last month, reflecting a growing focus on such strategies among institutional investors in Asia.
Heman Wong, executive director of the Hong Kong Hospital Authority Provident Fund gives his take on negative interest rates, China’s market opening and emerging markets.
Heman Wong, who oversees investments and operations for Hong Kong's Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme, talks about his liking for English culture and obsession with coffee.
Meanwhile, the average allocation to hedge funds by public pension schemes globally continues to rise, according to Preqin.
The move marks the institution's first Hong Kong dollar bond portfolio and the first time it has hired MFC Global Investment Management.