Five experts told AsianInvestor what symptoms Asia's private equity markets are displaying from the recent coronavirus outbreak.
Hong Kong’s de facto central bank voices its support for the upcoming limited partnership regime as more details of the developing legal framework emerge.
The increase in exposure will mainly be driven by heavier co-investments in the region and by adding more country-focused managers.
Chinese regulators are proposing to ease restrictions on insurers’ private equity investments in a bid to shore up the real economy, but some analysts warn about the increased risks.
The Thai pension fund's head of private markets believes high valuations across unlisted markets poses challenges for investors seeking superior returns from alternative assets.
A senior executive of Taikang Life's in-house asset manager shared the firm's desire to be more proactive when picking private equity investments and managers.