Stewardship and other sustainability principles have become key criteria in manager selection now, the chief investment officers at NTUC Income and Singlife said.
The South Korean market highlights an ongoing dilemma for asset owners’ appetite for private equity investments.
Despite high expectations for a finance super-highway as part of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, some say the connect schemes are faltering.
The central bank will invest with global private credit fund managers, marking the extension of the Private Markets Programme (PMP) to the asset class for the first time.
Vietnam’s start-up ecosystem often draws comparison with that of Indonesia and China some years back, but investors in the market face different opportunities and exit options, say VC experts.
Deglobalisation is not a new concept to investors, but what risks and opportunities would the decoupling and onshoring of the world’s supply chains present Asia’s investment landscape?
Asset owners and managers alike have made net-zero commitments in recent years, but how well fleshed out are their strategies?
Momentum for decarbonisation across Southeast Asia is growing, as more market players pay attention to their carbon footprint, and countries transition towards net zero.
More profound issues beyond the liquidity crisis of property developers include Chinese residents’ impaired confidence in the housing market and the slowing home sales dragging economic growth.
QIC seeks to capitalise on the strong performance of private debt in Australia and New Zealand on behalf of State Investments amid higher interest rates and inflationary pressure.
Global bonds are in their first bear market in a generation. AsianInvestor asks how investors should cope with the unusual situation.
In 2012, we heard the now-familiar tune of asset owners moving towards alternatives in what was then a low-yield environment.