A more streamlined decision-making process could help Korea’s public pension fund to benefit more from alternatives as it hunts higher and more stable returns.
Leading Korean asset owners convened for AsianInvestor's 13th annual Institutional Investment Forum in Seoul on April 10 for insight on investing into an uncertain future.
GEPS and Poba will be using more ETFs in 2019 as the higher fees associated with active management become harder to justify. And it's not just in equities; credit is also in the frame.
Teachers’ Pension and Poba are hunting for experts who can manage growing overseas alternative investments, but they face an uphill struggle to hire them.
The world’s third largest pension fund has devised an ambitious global strategy to play catch-up with its five-year investment return target.
South Korea's public pension fund, the world’s third-largest, posted a negative return last year. But it's not the whole story; there's an alternative(s) angle.