Established in 2022, Togs Capital is a single-family office (SFO) based in Singapore that focuses on alternative investments in high-growth emerging markets, particularly those that focus on sustainability and on creating a positive impact on society.
Asian start-ups with established ties to the UAE can also be investment targets, a senior executive told AsianInvestor.
Challenges remain towards Singapore becoming the 'Cayman of Asia', as the VCC structure established by Singapore in 2020 continues to evolve and become applicable beyond its borders.
While the Canadian government's desire to encourage local investments by pension funds is understandable, it shouldn’t come at the cost of undermining the independence, diversity and returns prospects of investments.
Qatar Investment Authority is bullish on certain sectors in India, with electric vehicle and retail investments leading those bets, a top executive from the fund said at an event in Singapore.
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Having local partners in overseas markets means the Korean pension fund has continued its direct alternatives investment drive even during Covid-19. The focus now is on broadening these partnerships, its CIO tells AsianInvestor.
The Korean Teachers’ Credit Union is exploring to build out the collaboration with its Californian counterpart. The initial joint venture solves logistical issues that emerged during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Korean investor tells AsianInvestor.
As inflationary pressures, interest rate hikes and geopolitical tension rock the investment landscape, the Canadian pension fund remains true to its successful active strategy.
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Environmental, social and governance (ESG) standardisations are not likely to happen any time soon, but institutional investors are developing their own methods of verification.
Investors are confident in the state of the private capital industry, particularly in real estate and technology-related sectors. A recent report has pointed to Asia as the hottest jurisdiction for future opportunities.