Investment heads at insurance firms such as AIG and Pool Re discuss the benefits of outsourcing portfolios and what they look for from asset managers.
Managers should expect more frequent and detailed requirements from asset owners in order to attract capital, delegates heard at AsianInvestor’s Asian Investment Summit in Hong Kong.
With its investment outsourcing growth slowing in 2018, Malaysia’s biggest public pension fund is on course to strengthen its in-house investment capabilities.
Three investment specialists share their views on institutional investor interest to outsource portfolios and the asset classes they seek to access via external managers.
The complex challenges that insurance companies face in managing their assets are seen hindering them from using outsourced chief investment officers.
The amount of capital handed to fund managers by Asian insurers has shot up almost tenfold to $180 billion since 2012, a trend that is expected to continue.