The Korean insurer plans to “reshuffle” its property allocations in terms of geography and has particular preferences over its external manager partners.
The two public pension funds are increasingly forming partnerships to grow their property and infrastructure exposure globally. What's the thinking behind this trend?
US-based TIAA’s investment arm is ramping up its Asia presence after posting a record regional inflow of assets this year, its global CEO and Asia head tell AsianInvestor.
South Korea's Public Officials Benefit Association plans to gain exposure to US infrastructure assets through private equity funds and co-investments, says its chief investment officer.
After earlier signs of weakening Asia's ESG fund flows leapt up in the third quarter. Japan, Taiwan and South Korea registered particularly strong demand, according to Morningstar.
The South Korean public pension fund aims to come up with new regulations before the end of 2020 so that it can have more trading tools available for currency management.