A new global survey finds widespread disregard of asset owner priorities that is particularly pronounced in Asia Pacific.
As investors gear up to dump the sector this year, offices are likely to bear the brunt. If they sell, they will have to be prepared to drop prices, according to experts.
The asset management model that has helped funnel more than $16 billion into US real estate may not recover from the latest losses as institutions shift to infrastructure and energy-related investments.
Institutional investors hurt by current price falls may not return until 2029, according to one expert.
Private credit is also seen as being able to weather “higher for longer” rates environment well, a newly released report finds.
The country is taking the lead in Asia, even as difficulties finding accurate quantitative information continue to plague the sector.
Easing of listing requirements for early-stage technology companies brings both risks and opportunities for investors, say experts.
It might have nothing to do with you now, but distant financial and geopolitical events’ cascading effects are emerging as the biggest threat to institutional risk managers.
Asset managers and asset owners alike should not rely on ESG specialists from abroad, as developing local expertise is critical in the market, said KPMG and HKIFA.
Beijing will likely require asset owners play a bigger role in ESG investing as part of broader sustainability plans when it announces its five-year plan later this year, according to KPMG.
The city’s annual budget had little to offer to encourage people to put more aside for retirement. That’s a mistake, given its fast-ageing populace.
Industry observers expect to see stricter regulations imposed on internet financing firms after the closure of online P2P platform Ezubao.