Family offices in Singapore are increasingly being forced to share operational resources or merge with other family offices, amid rising cost and regulatory pressures.
Singapore-based Xin Family, a single family office, explains its approach to investing in frontier technologies and how it manages its portfolio risk.
A proposed change to the existing regulatory regime may trigger a period of consolidation within Singapore's fund management industry, experts told AsianInvestor.
Despite the magnitude of agri-food emissions in Asia, decarbonisation in the sector receives much less consideration and investment than in other sectors, according to a new report co-written by Temasek.
Female investment managers from three family offices and one buyout fund acknowledge the potential benefits of gender diversity in investment decisions, yet gender is just one of the factors that comes under the DEI lens, they said.
Two Trees Capital makes use of in-house scientists and data as part of its investment process, and looks to collaborate with government and universities.
Some regional single-family offices are switching to a multi-family office model, as they look to consolidate and operate cost efficiently, but regulatory challenges remain.
Temasek and HSBC-backed Pentagreen Capital is actively looking at low or zero-carbon infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia and South Asia to implement its remit to finance marginally bankable projects.
Chinese family offices in Singapore look at neighbouring countries for opportunities and show a clear preference for public over private markets.
Singapore's state investor Temasek is ramping up its decarbonisation efforts for sectors in its portfolio with a traditionally larger carbon footprint.
Qatar Investment Authority is bullish on certain sectors in India, with electric vehicle and retail investments leading those bets, a top executive from the fund said at an event in Singapore.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC is doubling down on investing in certain sectors in China although it is becoming harder to have a top-down approach, Chief Executive Officer Lim Chow Kiat said at an event.