HKMA, MAS issue statements after the announced takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS; Temasek officials meet Maharlika executives; CDPQ eyes purchase of Indian unit of ATC; and more.
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China Investment Corporation is merging a unit overseeing billions of dollars in private equity and infrastructure investments into its main operations; Australian superannuation plan targeting women has shut down after three years; Taiwan's Cathay Life commits to PE fund vehicle; Chinese state-backed firms take over Sino-Korea Life; and more.
ADDX promotes Choo Oi-Yee to chief executive; Social Security System (SSS) appoints Michael Regino president and chief executive; UBS makes key appointments to family office offering; Principal Financial Group makes three senior appointments and more
Weekly investor roundup: Blackstone buys GIC's Australian logistics trust stake for $1.5bn; Korea's NPS wins bid for UBS London HQ
Blackstone to acquire GIC’s 49% stake in Dexus Australian Logistics Trust for $1.5 billion; Korea's National Pension Service, working with LaSalle, was the winning bidder for UBS Group AG's London headquarters; Canada's CDPQ to buy minority stake in Hong Kong-based supply chain compliance provider QIMA for $250 million; Softbank's SPAC to merge with Symbotic, an AI supply chain startup; and more.
The head of asset management for the Swiss bank is leaving to join the private equity company and help expand its outreach to wealthy individuals.
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.
With spreads on Asian junk bonds having widened sharply, are they a good bet, despite widespread concern over expected corporate defaults in the coming months?
But they seem as focused on growing their wealth as preserving it and are hungry for private equity, according to the new China family office report from UBS and Campden Wealth.
Nine foreign fund firms are included in this year's preferential scheme, but is it discouraging product innovation and hurting investor interests?
On International Women's Day, a UBS survey reveals that most Asian women allow their male partners to control their finances. Asian asset owners and managers also lag on gender diversity.
Two members of the three-strong institutional coverage desk in Sydney have left, including its head, amid other changes in the fund house's Australian business.
US firm Ares Management has poached UBS Asset Management’s Greater China institutional client head, sparking a reshuffle at the Swiss fund house.