AsianInvestor spoke with real estate investing guru John Lim on how the region has changed for investing, and the ignorance with which many overseas managers still look at Asia.
AsianInvestor held a set of interviews with senior executive veterans of Asia's investment industry. First, Matt Whineray of NZ Super describes how his organisation has changed.
Thailand's leading state pension fund is seeking to boost returns through more diverse investing and partners, as it prepares for an upsurge in retirees.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board's head of international explains its approach to investing in the largest emerging markets – and why China infrastructure doesn't appeal.
Aman Dhingra of UBP discusses the importance of giving investors guidance and managing their expectations amid periods of volatility.
Aman Dhingra of UBP discusses how the private bank goes about choosing and discarding products from its approved list.
In the first of a two-part interview, Heman Wong, investment head at Hong Kong's Hospital Authority Provident Fund Scheme, discusses favouring China equities and index mandates.
Sandeep Katwala is the head of the Linklaters India practice and Kunal Thakore is a managing associate and a member of the firm''s India Group.
Peter Irving, one the first foreign investors in Korean stocks, explains why market gains are sustainable, and what appeals about China.