A recent study reveals a notable shift in the global perception of public pension funds and sovereign wealth funds towards the investment prospects in Asia, with India outpacing China.
Economic interest will likely win out over diplomatic turbulence as Canada's public pension funds appear set to continue upholding their solid investment commitments in India.
An array of investors from the Middle East are looking at expanding investments in Asia, inspired by the activities of Middle-East sovereign wealth funds and state-owned investors.
One of Canada's top pension fund managers believes there are plenty of opportunities in the region, even as it strikes a cautious tone on investing in the region's largest economy.
Qatar Investment Authority is bullish on certain sectors in India, with electric vehicle and retail investments leading those bets, a top executive from the fund said at an event in Singapore.
Canadian pension fund OMERS' APAC head Ashish Goyal says policy support and accessible inroads for foreign direct investment make the country an attractive investment destination.
The network aims to help single family offices connect and share financial and other kinds of intelligence, Jai Rupani of the Dinesh Hinduja family office told AsianInvestor.
Neighbours to the south of China will benefit from a number of positive trends taking place, family office investors tell AsianInvestor.
Investors must be mindful of potential social and economic fallout from a sudden shift to renewables in Asia, according to the Asia head of the development institution.
The foreign development finance institution has £485 million to spend in the region by 2026.
Several Indian families are making enquiries about opening a family office in Singapore as they seek to diversify their investments and reduce home bias, according to industry experts.
Vivek Anand Oberoi, Bollywood actor and chair of Oberoi Family Office, reveals the principles guiding his Indian private equity investment business.