Two single family offices in Hong Kong plan to increase investments in hotels in Southeast Asia and Southern Europe in 2024, as they bet on the post-pandemic revenge travel boom continuing globally.
A recent study reveals a notable shift in the global perception of public pension funds and sovereign wealth funds towards the investment prospects in Asia, with India outpacing China.
As the climate emergency escalates, this relatively new ground of nature-based solutions is rapidly attracting the interest of family offices and institutional investors.
Venture capital investors in Asia-Pacific have been dialing back on their climate tech investments amid a broad funding crunch. But experts say that trend is unlikely to last long-term.
AsianInvestor held its flagship Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum on November 22 in Singapore. The event was attended by a galaxy of heavyweight speakers and influential asset owners.
The largest asset owners across Asia Pacific have a lower allocation to alternatives, but a new portfolio construction approach could help change that.
Despite waning global sentiment brought on by geo-political uncertainties and tightening monetary policy in developed markets, India’s PE-VC ecosystem remains resilient, according to the top executive at an Indian pension manager.
While the Malaysian pension fund reassesses the Chinese market, other Asian markets are gaining favour, its CIO says.
A US federal government pension decides to exclude investments in Hong Kong; Philippines' Maharlika fund can finance up to 80 potential projects; Korean pension snaps up stake in US crypto exchange; Australia's ART brings one more super fund under its fold; and more.
The $21.3 billion allocations to APAC property in the quarter ended September represented a fall of 22% from the same quarter a year ago, a report by JLL showed.
Sovereign wealth funds, pension funds and insurers are reallocating property portfolios to tap opportunities across the region as e-commerce, automation and relocation of manufacturing drive growth.
Singapore-based Xin Family, a single family office, explains its approach to investing in frontier technologies and how it manages its portfolio risk.