The Chinese insurer aims to trim a heavy allocation to alternatives, but sees opportunities in some emerging markets and in greenfield infrastructure.
The CBIRC is mulling whether to lift the upper limit of insurance company equity investments. But is it an empty gesture?
The overseas investment arm of China's second-largest life insurer aims to rapidly expand international investing and its third-party business, the group's co-CIO told AsianInvestor.
Korean pension fund GEPS and Sema both appoint new CIOs; Morgan Stanley Investment Management gets Korea head; former UBS AM head of Australia institutional coverage resurfaces; Colliers adds North China head and more.
Wells Fargo AM has seen strong Asian flows into US bond mandates, but its international distribution head says demand for European fixed income and lower-beta strategies is rising.
The country is mulling a raft of measures to further ease foreign access to its banking and insurance industries, a move that will likely lead to more foreign assets in the two sectors.