Australia's third-largest superannuation fund aims to continue the success of its direct property and infrastructure strategies as it expands globally.
Indonesia's latest co-investment aims to capitalise on global hyperscalers hoping to tap into a booming local consumer market. There is also scope to cater to excess demand from Singapore.
One of Canada's largest pension fund investors plans to seek new partners and access Asian growth opportunities through private market investments with its new office in Singapore.
The US-based asset manager plans to ramp up hiring in the region as it tailors offerings to meet demand from family offices as well as enhance its alternative asset capabilities.
The $13 billion pension fund has about 22% of its investment portfolio in alternative assets, including private equity, infrastructure, commodities and gold.
The infrastructure sector is falling behind in adopting net-zero targets, according to two leading voices in sustainability.
The city state’s $690 billion fund reports solid returns over the long term as it positions itself for new challenges and opportunities ahead.
AsianInvestor has identified 20 outstanding executives who are driving the region's pension industry forward. Today, we feature leaders from Canada and China — CDPQ and NCSSF.
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Asset owners across Asia Pacific (APAC) are rethinking markets, reallocating portfolios and responsibly investing amid dramatic shifts in the macroeconomic and geopolitical landscape, according to Nuveen.
The investment chief of the Chinese life insurance giant shares how he understands China's policy-driven market by reading between the lines from public remarks made by policymakers.
The Australian superannuation fund moves beyond domestic infrastructure, showing private markets ambitions.
Amid a challenging global environment, India’s markets are a favoured investment destination for some of the world’s largest pension funds.