AsianInvestor discusses why the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and UniSuper won in their respective award categories of Reserves Management Institution and Pension Fund.
We are identifying 20 outstanding executives who are driving the region's pension funds forward. Today, we feature leaders from Hong Kong's BCT Group and Australia's Unisuper
Today we kick off our explanations of why we selected our institutional excellence award winners in different markets, in alphabetical order by country.
The $37 billion pension fund for Australia’s higher-education sector favours property and infrastructure over PE. It is also working to upgrade the overall quality of its portfolio.
John Pearce, chief investment officer of UniSuper
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