Inflation and stagflation continue to be a concern for investors amid the Russia-Ukraine war, supply chain disruptions and rising energy prices.
While the Canadian pension fund sees great opportunity throughout Asia’s emerging markets, it currently views India as the most investable and viable from an infrastructure investment perspective.
The world can’t move to a sustainable future without investing in developing countries and providing them with the infrastructure they need, according to ESG specialists.
Asian asset owners are less concerned about geopolitical risk but are just as worried as their global counterparts about inflation and rising rates, according to a new survey by Bfinance.
The Canadian pension fund continues to expand its presence in the Asia Pacific, with a broad focus on infrastructure, real estate, equities and innovation in Australia, India and China.
When it comes to Asian infrastructure assets, the region might be underserved, but when it comes to digitalisation it’s a different story.
ESG investors welcome opportunities in infrastructure developments but face challenges with the lack of sustainability data and greenwashing.
Traditional infrastructure sectors for safe returns and digital sector investment for growth, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority tells AsianInvestor how it's covering all the bases.
The New Zealand sovereign fund is placing a deadline on improvements, and says there's no place for the unwilling or the unready
New Zealand has sufficiently satisfied US national security regulations to be granted temporary exemption from restrictions on investing in sensitive sectors.
Despite Evergrande's woes, Allianz is still bullish on Chinese property and infrastructure, although it has slowed down its investment process.
Demand for private markets investments by asset owners and managers is expected to rise over the next five years as investors seek higher yields and greater diversification, according to a recent survey by State Street.