Korea Investment Corporation promotes one of its own, Don Lee, its head of alternative investments. He succeeds Scott Kalb, with the appointment effective this week.
Scott Kalb caps his three-year term at Korea Investment Corporation with a $200 million China QFII quota. He can expect to win a good role in Asia if he wants to stay in the region.
The sovereign wealth fund has selected three FTSE developed non-market-cap-weighted strategies to diversify its public markets investments. If it works, it says it will invest more.
VIDEO: There’s also an illiquidity premium returning for alternative assets, so it’s a good time to look at alternatives, says Scott Kalb, Korea investment Corporation’s chief investment officer.
VIDEO: With concerns running high that further problems will surface, fixed-income investments have a purpose to serve, argues Scott Kalb, chief investment officer of Korea Investment Corporation.
VIDEO: If you've got 'dry powder', as do many sovereign wealth funds, then why not invest in alternatives, says Scott Kalb of Korea Investment Corporation.