AsianInvestor concludes its awards descriptions by revealing the asset owner that excelled during Covid-19 and the region's most impressive chief investment officer.
AsianInvestor reveals why Commonwealth Superannuation Corp. impressed for ESG and how National Pension Service shone for advancing its portfolio diversity.
AsianInvestor reveals the other institutional category winners, and how Ping An Insurance, New Zealand Super and Canada's OTPP shone over their peers.
AsianInvestor explains why Public Officials Benefit Association and National Pension Service were named for our bifurcated pension category awards.
AsianInvestor reveals how Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund, Public Officials Benefit Association of Korea and Singapore's GIC stood out from their country rivals.
AsianInvestor reveals why New Zealand Super stood out among Australia/New Zealand asset owners and how China Pacific Life impressed across Greater China.
For our final set of asset owner-focused awards we reveal the asset owners that most impressed for specific parts of their operations, including the top responder to Covid-19.
For our second set of awards, we reveal which asset owners most impressed when measured against their direct peers by organisation type.
AsianInvestor is announcing the winners of its seventh Institutional Excellence Awards. We begin by unveiling the top asset owners in each major Asia Pacific market.
Friday 20th November is the last day for asset owners and third-party fund managers to participate in the nominations period for this year's awards. Get your pitches in quickly!
AsianInvestor has launched its seventh annual Institutional Excellence Awards. We welcome submissions from outstanding asset owners, and nominations from third parties.
For the final two in our institutional awards series, we explain our choice of Hiromichi Mizuno as the best CIO and outline the contributions of Man Juttijudata to Thailand's investment industry.