The Taiwanese state pension fund is inviting fund houses to submit proposals for two major five-year global mandates, as it looks to raise alternatives and rotate out poor performers.
The Malaysian state-linked unit trust manager has given factor-based global equity mandates to three fund houses and is mulling investing into new types of illiquid assets, say sources.
The IMF has called for greater investment in infrastructure. We asked experts about what investments may arise heading into 2021, and whether they would appeal to investors.
The region’s investors want to raise their private equity, private debt and infrastructure property to help raise returns amid a bleaker economic outlook, according to a new survey.
Asian asset owners are reducing equity positions and adding to alternative assets, particularly infrastructure and private debt, as they seek to diversify returns, say experts.
Deal sourcing and origination of infrastructure assets have been affected by the pandemic, but the Canadian public pension fund was able to close some transactions.