As investors continue to parse financial data to figure out the next interest rate move from the Fed, there are conflicting opinions on what the future holds.
Although further obstacles have been added in the first quarter to an already bleak market situation, AsianInvestor hears expectations for opportunities for the remainder of the year among asset managers.
The Singapore-based life insurer believes even as private market valuations come down, long-term return expectations can make these assets a worthwhile investment.
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.
Uncertainty may be uppermost in investment managers’ minds, but higher interest rates present opportunities, speakers told AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing Hong Kong.
As the South Asian economy looks to eliminate interest from its banking system, Fitch Ratings' global head of Islamic finance, Bashar Al Natoor, examines what this could mean for the country’s Islamic finance sector.
Thijs Knaap, chief economist for Dutch pension fund APG, discusses how pension funds can protect themselves from the effects of high inflation.
As the global economy decelerates after major shocks this year, investors must address both opportunities and threats in volatile and changing markets.
Concerns remain on whether interest rate hikes by the Fed will be able to slow economic activity and tame inflation — or push the US economy into recession, triggering major uncertainties for Asian capital markets.
Asian asset owners are less concerned about geopolitical risk but are just as worried as their global counterparts about inflation and rising rates, according to a new survey by Bfinance.
Rates are headed north, but other factors - such as organisational mandates and sustainability - need to be considered, say top investment executives from HSBC Life and the Indonesian Investment Authority.
Will the Federal Reserve’s move to raise interest rates and tighten policy aggressively hamper the economic recovery in Asia? What impact will it have on equity and fixed income asset classes?