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 hosted its flagship institutional investment event in Singapore on November 22. We present the best visual highlights of the day.
Karen Tan, head of investment solutions and managed solutions, Asia, at Pictet Wealth Management discusses current selection trends and how client preferences have evolved in recent months.
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.
Family offices in Singapore are increasingly being forced to share operational resources or merge with other family offices, amid rising cost and regulatory pressures.
Asset owners are navigating a complex path to net-zero using a range of strategies, with some choosing to integrate ESG expertise into their operations, according to a recent report by BNP Paribas.
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.
High-quality data and holistic strategies lead to gains, while legacy tech and staff skills are obstacles, new report finds.
The sustained pace of central bank purchases is unexpected and the trend could continue in the months ahead amid growing geopolitical tensions and a clouded economic outlook, said experts.
With the highest interest rate environment in many years, income-generating assets are back in favour. AsianInvestor asked asset managers where they see the best opportunities.
Total assets in sustainable funds across Asia ex-Japan stagnated in the third quarter, although some markets were helped by evolving regulations, according to Morningstar.