The portfolio holds a potential upside for the Korean asset owner and its partners, its CIO tells AsianInvestor.
The current share of investments from Denmark’s largest commercial pension fund does not match the growth potential of the region, according to its real estate head.
Having already linked up with Korea's Poba, Denmark’s largest commercial pension fund wants more regional tie-ups for big-ticket real estate deals in both Asia and Europe.
The move is part of an asset owner partnership strategy to help Poba increase its direct investments, and it offers the pension fund a good strategic overlap.
Institutional investors from Hong Kong, Japan and Thailand say they do not plan to boost their mainland exposure, as another MSCI decision on A-shares looms.
We continue to reveal why AsianInvestor's Institutional Excellence Awards were handed out this year. Today: the winners in the market categories of Hong Kong and Japan.
Japan's $112 billion Pension Fund Association has appointed UK firm Hermes EOS to help implement its stewardship activities, reflecting a push towards responsible ownership across Asia.
The CIO at Japan's Pension Fund Association discloses his fears about over-reliance on standard deviation as a measure of risk at an AsianInvestor forum.
The PFA likes infrastructure and real estate, but is mistrustful of the ideas presented by fund managers.
The managing director of the $110 billion public fund has his Gordon Gecko moment, urging fellow investors to not despair during the credit crisis, while warning that pension fundsÆ survival is in question.
AsianInvestor magazine announces the winners of its awards for Institutional Investor of the Year and Global Fund House of the Year.
Last yearÆs rush by Japan Inc to adopt poison pills against activist managers has the Pension Fund Association revisiting proxy voting principles.