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.
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In a period of heightened macroeconomic uncertainty, CSC has decided to keep focus on relative value in decarbonisation, energy security, and digital infrastructure.
With unstable markets and a relatively low yen, the Japanese corporate pension fund faces plenty of challenges — but a multi-pronged investment strategy for next year is taking form.
For the past six years the Canadian pension plan has been scouting for the best possible India infra investments - today it's the fourth-largest investor in Indian infrastructure.
Canadian pension funds are finding a rich seam of investment in India, boosting their allocation across asset classes.
The state pension fund joins ESG benchmark as the first Japanese infrastructure investor member, supplementing its existing efforts within real estate investments.
The Korean national pension fund seems prepared to weather potential storms from public markets this year through alternative allocations.
An increasing focus on ESG principles and the need to diversify portfolios are driving the rise in sustainability-linked infrastructure investments by Asia Pacific asset owners, AsianInvestor's most recent survey found.
Sustainable infrastructure investment has increased globally over the last year. However, the sector has been fraught with project delays, supply chain issues and a volatile economic environment according to Refinitiv data.
With an eye on private assets amid growing inflation and uncertainty, sovereign wealth funds pivot to US and Asia Pacific and away from Europe as the war in Ukraine rages, according to the latest Invesco report.
Dutch pension fund manager APG, logistics company ESR and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board plan to double the total equity investment capacity of their second joint venture in Korea, bringing it up to $2 billion.
The country’s unique mix of strong policies and resilient infrastructure make it a logical choice for investors looking for long-term stability.