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Norges Bank Investment Management, GIC and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority are among anchor investors in the initial public offering of Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India; Future Fund warns of heightened risks as it reports -1.5% returns for Q1 2022; Five Japanese insurers invest $367.3 million in World Bank sustainable bond; and more.
Weekly investors roundup: NBIM, GIC and ADIA commit to India's Life Insurance Corporation IPO; Future Fund posts 1.5% quarterly loss
China Life Insurance appoints new president; Solmaz Altin joins Prudential from Allianz; Temasek director appointed chair of ESG committee at SVCA; Manulife IM Asia CIO for real estate to depart in June with Jessie Liu appointed as his replacement; JP Morgan AM hires from AllianceBernstein; Cbus appoints head of retirement and product governance; and more
Weekly roundup of people news, April 29
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC takes up 49.9% stake in Wee Hur’s student housing portfolio in Australia; China's Sunshine Insurance reportedly looking to list on HKEX in potentially the largest IPO of the year; New China Insurance issues a warning that its first-quarter profit might decline 70%; and Temasek sends stern warning on corporate governance to portfolio companies; and more
Weekly investors roundup: Singapore's GIC buys Australian student dormitories for $411 million; China's Sunshine Insurance looking at blockbuster lis…
Brunei Investment Agency names head of real estate; Former Temasek CEO Ho Ching joins EQT Future's mission board; APG managing director for global real assets relocates to Hong Kong; Manulife Hong Kong appoints chief financial officer and chief product officer; Wayne Swan commences as Cbus chair; AXA IM appoints head of client group alts Asia; and more.
Weekly roundup of people news, Jan 28
Temasek MD joins KKR as head of growth equity for Asia Pacific; China Pacific Life Insurance appoints Su Gang as CIO; Spirit Super chief executive to step down; Hong Kong's SFC enforcement executive director to step down after contract ends; Willis Towers Watson names Hong Kong and Macau head; Value Partners adds head of Southeast Asia; and more.
Weekly roundup of people news, Dec 3
Chinese bad debt manager Huarong will receive a bailout totalling more than $6 billion; APG and Wang On Properties to invest $599 million into residential real estate in Hong Kong; Temasek cuts stake in Alibaba, Didi; Allianz becomes China's first wholly foreign-owned insurer; Samsung Life Insurance launches joint fund with Korea Post to invest in foreign blue chips; and more
Weekly investor roundup: Huarong to receive $6 billion bailout; APG to invest into HK real estate with Wang On
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