They overwhelmingly believe that digital infrastructure is becoming more important than regular infrastructure for investment, according to a new survey.
The $20 billion South Korean lifer intends to fortify its real asset portfolio with more infrastructure assets in public-private partnerships as part of its search for reliable yields.
The only sharia-compliant superannuation fund of Australia is looking out for investing options into new areas of alternative assets, to diversify its growing capital base.
Life insurance firms in Asia and globally are said to be seeking infrastructure investments to source reliably strong returns while reducing their interest in poorly performing real estate.
Investors want to invest in a part of the property sector directly benefiting from rising e-commerce and cloud computing. But finding assets is difficult, and prices are rising.
The state pension fund aims to invite bids for the two mandates by the end of the year to raise its alt exposure and replace underperforming managers, AsianInvestor can reveal.