The country's labour and finance ministries are fighting over control of the introduction of corporate pension funds.
After years of discussion, Vietcombank Fund Management will soon become the first onshore firm to launch a balanced open-ended mutual fund.
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After two tenures, AsianInvestor's 2021 Standout CIO Jang Dong-hun looks back on the past six years at Korea's Poba with satisfaction.
China Life names Yuan Changqing as acting chairman; Future Super hires operations chief; China Life Franklin Asset Management CIO and deputy CEO leave; Willis Towers Watson has hired Kameswara Natakusumah as head of Indonesia; Prudential hires ex-Apac CEO for Allianz George David Sartorel as a non-executive director; Manulife IM hires into multi-asset solutions team in Asia; PineBridge Investments hires from BNY Mellon IM; and more.
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Case studies featuring global institutional investors’ best practices for setting climate action plans aim to encourage more to follow in their footsteps.
Asset owners can boost returns through alternative allocation, the head of alternatives at the Brunei Investment Agency says, as she takes on an expanded role.
The city’s role as a regional financial hub is further at risk in the latest move to ban international arrivals from several G7 economies.
Korea Teachers' Credit Union appoints new CIO; AIA Singapore hired ESG head from UOB; Ping An confirms appointment of Benjamin Deng as CIO; Australian Unity hires first head of responsible investment; AMP has new head of portfolio management for multi-assets, Robeco hires Asia fixed income head; Haitong makes three new appointments for institutional clients business; and more.
Nature loss across Asia will profoundly damage economic activities that rely on natural capital, according to several recent studies. Investors need to act.
Signatories are advocating for a robust policy on plastic pollution amid concerns that states would support a less ambitious mandate.