Institutional investors are increasingly looking to real assets for sustainability and capital preservation, although difficulty finding suitable opportunities is seen as an impediment.
The Canadian pension fund has developed a bullish approach to opportunities in owning modern warehouses throughout Asia.
Hong Kong-based Chow Tai Fook Enterprises aims to ride a recovery in the hospitality and retail sector in 2023 and is also keeping an eye on quality private equity and Chinese equities exposure.
Geopolitical risks and a slowing global economy prompt Greater Bay Area Homeland Investments and Hong Kong tycoon Adrian Cheng's C Capital to look for private companies that are not reliant on overseas markets.
CIC is not part of a consortium shortlisted for the infrastructure project, a source told AsianInvestor. The company that announced the consortium being shortlisted confirmed CIC's participation.
Norges Bank Investment Management and PGGM Investments say while green leases are highly useful in improving data and cutting property emissions, regulation is vital to improve the pace of growth.
Commodities and more aggressive alternative strategies are among the options being explored as institutional investors look to counter potential threat.
Australia’s largest superannuation fund has signalled concern over global property markets as allocations to the sector fall off.
Asia will continue to attract private equity investors, but these investors might also look at other markets and strategies in order to avoid pitfalls.
European property is out of vogue with Asian investors like Australian super funds, while US and Asia remain attractive, say experts.
With private real estate outperforming most sectors globally in 2022, AsianInvestor examines the opportunities, risks and trends that could define real estate investments in APAC in 2023.
The Korean sovereign wealth fund aims to increase its direct investment abilities with a minority stake in US-based Golub, marking its first acquisition of an external manager.