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Intrust Super chief executive to step down after merger; Aware acquires site for essential worker affordable housing; China bans cryptocurrency-related business activities; Hong Kong insure FWD filed for US listing of ADRs; Nippon Life acquires wealth life insurance from MassMutual; NPS to hire five investment managers to diversify portfolio; Malaysia to review Spacs framework; EPF reports $8 billion investment income; and more
Insto roundup: FWD files for ADR listing in New York; Nippon Wealth Life fully acquired by parent firm
EISS Super CEO resigns after failing performance test; China to launch wealth management pilots in four cities; Hong Kong's MPF grows 26% y-o-y; India's NIIF in talks to acquire and develop green energy assets; Korea Post to hire financial services firm; GIC, Baring Private Equity, IMM Private Equity to exit from Kyobo Life Insurance; Khazana to sell stake in Cenviro; EPF trims stake in oil palm planter; and more
Insto roundup: Hong Kong's MPF grows 26%; Malaysia's EPF trims stake in oil palm planter
Australia's Future Fund develops new investment strategy; Aware Super looking for buyers for agribusiness portfolio; China to launch third stock exchange for small and medium businesses, and crackdown on mismanaged private funds; Kotec to hire asset manager for $130 million domestic bond mandate; Malaysia's EPF makes two senior appointments; SGX allows Spac listings; and more
Insto roundup: Australia's Future Fund announces new investment strategy; China to set up third stock exchange
Australian Catholic Superannuation and NGS Super abandon merger plans; ASX 200 has no all-male boards for the first time; CIC posts 6.82% 10-year net returns; Cambridge Associates applies for licences to conduct business in Hong Kong; Korea's NPS records 7.49% returns for H1 this year; Korea Post seeks managers for ESG stocks mandate; GIC invests in Hong Kong ESG data start-up MioTech; and more
Insto roundup: GIC invests in HK ESG data startup; Aussie super merger falls through
State-backed Chinese investors will bail out Huarong Asset Management, which unveiled $15.9 billion losses; Hong Kong insurer FWD planning $3 billion IPO in the US; MPF posts 28% investment return and 35% jump in assets; Korea's Poba seeks two managers for multi-asset mandate; NPS divests entire 11.5 million shares in General Electric; Malaysia's PNB and Khazanah pledges to increase sustainable investments; and more
Insto roundup: state-backed investors bail out Huarong; Korea's NPS divests from General Electric
Sydney Airport rejects second takeover bid by consortium joined by AustralianSuper; Australia's FSC launches new charter to boost female representation in fund management; China's privately offered funds hit $3 trillion; GIC invests in China warehousing and industrial real estate with ESR Cayman and APG; Japan's new university fund looks to invest in alts and foreign stocks; and more.
Insto roundup: China's private funds hit $3tr; GIC, APG invest in China real estate
China issues sweeping new regulations for ratings agencies; Fidelity, JP Morgan and BNP Paribas Securities Services win approvals in China; Westpac sells Australian life insurance business to TAL Dai-ichi Life; Poba commits $95 million to AXA IM; GIC backs private equity bid for UK supermarket chain Morrisons; Omers-backed ESR Cayman acquires real assets manager; CareSuper posts 17.49% return; and more
Insto roundup: GPIF posts 2.68% quarterly returns; GIC backs PE bid for Morrisons
Omers to buy Indian renewable power producer; GPIF made record cut to treasuries weighting; AustralianSuper's private debt investments to hit A$15 billion by 2024; Hong Kong Exchange Fund's investment income recovers for H1 2021; China's securities regulator claims to seek closer cooperation with US; Allianz wins approval from Chinese regulators to launch asset management firm; and more
Insto roundup: GPIF makes record cut to treasuries weighting; AustralianSuper to triple private debt investments
Rest hires Australian equities head; China launches new rule for cash products; Richard Li's FWD applies for US IPO; Indonesia's new SWF plans to acquire toll road assets; Swedish pension fund AP7 excludes Chinese firms; Korean Teachers' Credit Union commits $100 million to US real estate fund; MAS reprimands three insurers; Temasek take up bulk of Singapore Airlines' undersubscribed bonds; and more.
Insto roundup: Sweden's AP7 excludes Chinese firms; Temasek takes up SIA's undersubscribed bonds
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