Financial firms in Asia Pacific need to do more to raise the number of roles held by minorities, say institutional executives and experts.
To remain in the forefront of institutional investment, the sovereign wealth fund of New Zealand is reappraising its entire structure and drafting a new set of investment values.
The unwinding of 'financial repression' is seen to be having a big impact on the portfolio risk. Private market investments in particular are presenting fresh challenges.
New Zealand Super faces obstacles to implementing a climate-focused investment policy. The former head of Swedish state pension AP4 explains how it addressed such issues.
New Zealand’s $21 billion state pension fund has been trimming positions in recent months, as it sees more threats than opportunities in the markets.