The CIO of the $37 billion South Korean fund sees local stock market risk potentially rising as the country awaits a new president and his or her approach to North Korea.
The $37 billion Korean institution is selling buildings in prime locations in favour of buying second-tier real estate. It is also cutting bond exposure and eyeing certain niche alternatives.
Investors, consultants, insurers and government officials mingled at AsianInvestor’s 7th annual Korea Institutional Investment Forum in Seoul on July 11. Here we present a photo gallery.
Jeung Jae-ho, CIO at the $30 billion Korea Federation of Community Credit Cooperatives, calls for supervision aligned with investment objectives.
The Asian asset management arm of Prudential plans to keep alts at 5% of its portfolio, while the Korean Federation of Community Credit Cooperatives will nearly double its exposure to 15%.
The Korea Federation of Community Credit Cooperatives has hired Jeung Jae-Ho to develop its portfolio-management strategy.