Despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on economies, more than $1 trillion flowed into ETFs globally in 2021, with a growing number of investors looking to invest in thematic varieties.
Investors are feeling confident in their strategies to counter potential rising inflation, interest rate hikes and higher stock, bond and currency volatility, according to a new survey by Natixis Investment Managers.
Asia’s institutional investors lag Europe in ESG integration, but a recent Macquarie survey suggests that the gap is likely to close.
Asian institutional investors were generally more optimistic about post-pandemic economic recovery but only 33% were confident about achieving their short-term objectives.
Respondents to the monthly BoA Global Fund Manager Survey say that the pandemic is no longer their top tail-risk. It has been replaced by worries about rising prices.
The impact of Covid-19 is causing asset owners to recalibrate their investing plans, including far more emphasis on alternatives, says a new study by Broadridge.
The region’s investors want to raise their private equity, private debt and infrastructure property to help raise returns amid a bleaker economic outlook, according to a new survey.
They overwhelmingly believe that digital infrastructure is becoming more important than regular infrastructure for investment, according to a new survey.
Volatile conditions temporarily limited a generally rising interest in private equity, but underlined a commitment to strategic asset allocation approaches, finds a new UBS report.
Regional asset owners have a growing appetite for environmental, social and governance themes in their portfolios, according to initial responses to an exclusive industry survey.
The latest survey of insurers, pension funds, endowments and other institutions shows mixed allocation plans for 2020, amid expectations of more macro and market uncertainties.
Nearly 40 pension plans, sovereign funds, insurers and endowments indicate their outlooks and asset preferences for the coming months. G3 bonds and private debt are looking popular.