Driven by market volatility and the search for higher yields, family offices are raising allocation to alternative assets.
Exclusive research from Nuveen reveals APAC asset owners are more likely to implement inflation mitigation changes in portfolio, through incorporating – or increasing – less liquid investments, than investors from other regions.
Auditor resignations plus delayed financial results are bad news for Hong Kong-listed developers.
Inflation and stagflation continue to be a concern for investors amid the Russia-Ukraine war, supply chain disruptions and rising energy prices.
Asian asset owners are less concerned about geopolitical risk but are just as worried as their global counterparts about inflation and rising rates, according to a new survey by Bfinance.
The Canadian pension fund continues to expand its presence in the Asia Pacific, with a broad focus on infrastructure, real estate, equities and innovation in Australia, India and China.
Superannuation fund Cbus and Singapore property firm City Developments Limited (CDL) discuss how to ensure minimum sustainability standards for real estate.
Optimism for commercial real estate in the region is strong. The $200 billion-plus record investment in 2021 has the potential to grow by 10% this year, despite external risks, with allocations to alternative assets such as multi-family apartments, data centres and medical facilities increasingly appealing, says Andrew Moore, head of real estate, Asia Pacific, Schroders Capital.
From industrial estates to lifestyle consumables, the country is open to foreign investors looking for opportunities in an emerging market.
CBRE’s Greg Hyland, head of capital markets in Asia Pacific, and Dr Henry Chin, global head of investor thought leadership and regional head of research, expect significant inflows into commercial real estate in the region, enabling it to continue to roar in the Year of the Tiger.
The Korean asset owner has added more than $300 million in real estate assets globally in just a few months, enhancing exposure for alternatives.
Omicron may have put the bite into the property sector, but commercial property in Asia Pacific is defying the odds in a challenging sector, says a CBRE report.