FM Global, which has about $22.5 billion in invested assets at the end of December 2022, is set to raise allocations to Asia, its CIO tells AsianInvestor.
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Despite rapid regulatory development of Asia’s ESG ecosystem, the insurance giant still finds a lack of investable green opportunities and available climate data in emerging markets.
The UK insurance giant says driving change in the developing markets of Asia and Africa means having a clear ESG strategy that is based on a just and inclusive transition.
Tradeoffs must be re-assessed amid incoming regulatory changes as well as interest rate uncertainties, insurance executives from Swiss Re, Sun Life International and Manulife said.
A broad spectrum of regulations across Asia’s various markets presents challenges to the focus on sustainability, but they are not impossible to navigate, according to executives at the two insurers.
Uncertainty may be uppermost in investment managers’ minds, but higher interest rates present opportunities, speakers told AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing Hong Kong.
Some of the industry's top investment, sustainability and risk executives gathered at the event to discuss topics ranging from the implications of IFRS 17 to the evolving role of the insurance CIO. We present a photo gallery.
While Michael Ho has moved away from managing a life insurer, he remains closely connected to the industry through his new role in Singapore.
In an interview on the back of the launch of Nuveen’s 2022 EQuilibirum survey of global institutional investors, Nick Liolis, the chief investment officer at TIAA and Amy O’Brien, the global head of responsible investing at Nuveen speak about how insurance companies approach impact investing.
Battle’s on: fierce competition expected as Chinese regulators set the stage for private pension scheme
Official implementation framework announced this month expands investible universe for China’s private pension scheme, allowing more products and fund managers a slice of the trillion-dollar market.
Insurance companies need to think outside the box when it comes to ESG frameworks and securing the right investments across disparate geographies.
While insurers have gravitated towards alternative assets in search of yield and diversification, China Life increased allocation to government bonds.