The two largest life insurers in Taiwan are set to maintain stock holdings that increased in the first half, while looking to raise their exposure to US bonds in order to find more yield.
How will new solvency regimes impact investment portfolios and insurers' internal resources in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan? Six experts share their views.
Taiwan's biggest insurer braces for challenges as it increases its exposure to foreign bonds and dividend-yielding stocks ahead of the upcoming new capital regime.
A rapidly aging society means pension reform is needed as payouts can’t keep up with contributions, says Liu Li-ju of Taiwan’s Bureau of Labor Funds.
The state pension fund aims to invite bids for the two mandates by the end of the year to raise its alt exposure and replace underperforming managers, AsianInvestor can reveal.
The Taiwan state pension fund is keen to hire five fund managers for the portfolio this year after the coronavirus pandemic delayed its plans.