The world’s third largest pension fund has devised an ambitious global strategy to play catch-up with its five-year investment return target.
Chinese HNW and insurance investors are temporarily holding back on offshore investments, but will likely ratchet up again in the future. This poses challenges for wealth and asset managers.
The Bureau of Labor Funds is not satisfied with BNY Mellon's performance on behalf of the National Pension Insurance Fund's overseas portfolio, says a source familiar with the matter.
Taiwan's $115 billion state pension manager is considering how to raise its foreign smart-beta exposure and will review its emerging-market allocation this year after taking losses on EM debt.
Investors and advisers at AsianInvestor’s 2nd annual China Global Investment Forum debate the approach institutions should take to accessing international markets.
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