In a period of heightened macroeconomic uncertainty, CSC has decided to keep focus on relative value in decarbonisation, energy security, and digital infrastructure.
In a tough year, investors have emerged more adaptable than ever, INA’s chief executive told the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong.
In a series on how Asian markets might develop in the coming year, AsianInvestor zooms in on Japan and how investors might find value in stocks on the backdrop of a weak yen and a loose monetary policy.
China’s largest insurer remains bullish on the long-term prospects for property and real assets in China despite the latest shockwaves in the sector
The Canadian pension fund continues to expand its presence in the Asia Pacific, with a broad focus on infrastructure, real estate, equities and innovation in Australia, India and China.
AIA’s market economist discusses the foreseeable impact of the current economic climate to investors, with central banks raising interest rates to combat inflation and heightened geo-political risks in Europe.
Investor-friendly government policies, a speedy vaccination programme and a stellar year for equities: a post-pandemic India is firing on all cylinders.
Investors are feeling confident in their strategies to counter potential rising inflation, interest rate hikes and higher stock, bond and currency volatility, according to a new survey by Natixis Investment Managers.
With parts of Japan under a state of emergency due to the virus, the prospect of the games being cancelled remains. However, officials are confident the event will go ahead.
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