Asset owners look for hospitality investments in Asia; multiple investors seek private debt possibilities in India; KKR seeks $12b for global infrastructure fund; Metlife's institutional asset management arm originates $15.7b of private debt in 2020 and more.
The CIO of Asia's leading regional life insurer discusses how alternative assets help offset thin regional debt markets, and how infrastructure assets, in particular, may help offset this.
Several European insurers are moving to start including emerging market assets – most notably Asian private credit – in their illiquid portfolios, says Joel Krueger, Aon's global CIO.
For the Year of the Ox, AsianInvestor offers predictions on some key market developments. Today: Which alternative asset class will climb most in asset owner portfolios?
The Construction Worker Mutual Aid Association and DGB Life are among the Korean asset owners that intend to further increase their alternative investments.
Asset owners and managers are being drawn to private credit investments in China and India, but also other areas. However, Asia presents unique risk challenges too.