The country’s planned new sovereign wealth fund is intended to act as a conduit for infrastructure investment, via several investors as well as different investment paths.
The insurer's CIO outlines how the firm is positioned after initially losing one-fifth of its assets during the pandemic. Jakarta’s lockdown and the tech share sell-off will test that strategy.
Indonesia's two year-old hajj savings fund wants to invest 70% of its assets outside of bank deposits by 2021; it's at 64% today. Its CIO tells AsianInvestor how it plans to do it.
Life insurance firms in the country look set to allocate more assets into local fixed-income rather than venture overseas, even as more foreign players buy local players.
With family offices and other local investors getting more involved in impact investing, capital deployment should continue accelerating. But structural problems persist across the region
More needs to be done to channel investment into Indonesian infrastructure, and regulators are looking to update fund industry rules to that end, says the local head of Manulife AM.