Sovereign and pension funds as well as private equity firms are looking at opportunities in data centres, telecom towers, and fibre networks in the region.
While the Canadian pension fund sees great opportunity throughout Asia’s emerging markets, it currently views India as the most investable and viable from an infrastructure investment perspective.
The sovereign wealth fund has committed to an investment firm founded by James Murdoch and Uday Shankar, which is eyeing the media and consumer tech sectors in Southeast Asia and India.
The renewable energy sector is undergoing rapid developments amid climate crisis. What are the investment opportunities and challenges that exist in the energy transition in India and Southeast Asia?
New research from Schroders suggests Covid-19 has focused Asian investors on combining a greater interest in ESG investment with the quest for higher returns.
The big Canadian pension fund sees promise in the increasingly favoured region, while its even larger peer CPPIB has just agreed a new logistics tie-up in Indonesia.
South and Southeast Asia have been an oasis of calm amid global uncertainty, but can the region maintain this level of calm? Five fund managers offer their views.
With multiple countries in Southeast Asia conducting or likely to conduct elections this year, AsianInvestor asks whether there could be any major shifts in political power.
We describe why the institutional investors for Japan, Southeast Asia, South Korea and Taiwan stood out in our 2017 Institutional Excellence Awards.
Our new Asset Owner Insights report for Southeast Asia offers data and analysis on the leading institutional investors across the region.
Life insurance firms in the Asean region are considering how to prepare for stricter capital rules over the coming two years, which are set to make certain investments more costly.
In the first of a two-part article, AsianInvestor outlines how Southeast Asian insurers are finding it ever harder to cover their liabilities, amid low bond yields and looming tighter capital rules.