The three investment organisations have been investing into internal technology and data through the pandemic period to become more efficient and spot investment possibilities.
The Chinese insurance group is looking to leverage on Beijing's plans to boost healthcare, rental housing and transportation infrastructure.
With spreads on Asian junk bonds having widened sharply, are they a good bet, despite widespread concern over expected corporate defaults in the coming months?
The firm outlined its investment plans and macro outlook, while admitting that the coronavirus epidemic will have near-term impact on its investments as markets will be more volatile.
The financial giant plans to complete its intelligent investment platform for ESG this year and hopes the technology can be widely adopted by the industry when it becomes robust.
External managers are obliged to comply with greenhouse gas emission rules, forming part of the Ping An's efforts to lift ESG standards in China.