Higher shares of alternatives and potential early release schemes has made liquidity a force to be reckoned with, research shows. Could handling that become a C-suite function?
Tradeoffs must be re-assessed amid incoming regulatory changes as well as interest rate uncertainties, insurance executives from Swiss Re, Sun Life International and Manulife said.
After the spectacular fall of Credit Suisse and shock collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, investors are fretting about contagion risk among global banks. AsianInvestor asks investment experts to give their take on the troubled sector.
The pros and cons of asset themes can be seen very differently, family office investors said at AsianInvestor's Thailand Investment Briefing in Bangkok.
Uncertainty may be uppermost in investment managers’ minds, but higher interest rates present opportunities, speakers told AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing Hong Kong.
Some of the biggest pension funds, state-owned investors and family offices across Asia take stock of their exposure to Silicon Valley Bank after it was shut down by US regulators.
The populous subcontinent is being considered as the next overseas location for the Korean SWF to expand its on-the-ground presence and strengthen its alternatives growth.
Shifts in regulatory frameworks are demanding an expansion of skillsets beyond asset allocation, senior executives from Sun Life, Swiss Re and Manulife said at AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing in Hong Kong.
Having local partners in overseas markets means the Korean pension fund has continued its direct alternatives investment drive even during Covid-19. The focus now is on broadening these partnerships, its CIO tells AsianInvestor.
Geopolitical tension has created opportunities, revealing new investment targets, senior industry executives said at AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing in Singapore.
The Danish fund has overallocated to the subcontinent and launched a mandate dedicated to its equity market last year.
A refusal to extend the term of a CEO in a telecom company, in which NPS is the largest shareholder, highlights how the Korean pension fund is seeking to encourage better governance standards in the companies it invests.