The South Korean sovereign wealth fund is wielding its voting rights to enhance ESG practices and climate change initiatives.
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund recently removed a Korean energy firm from its portfolio due to Myanmar regime affiliations. AsianInvestor takes a look at other Korean companies from which the fund has decided to steer clear for different reasons.
The Chinese life insurer's investment chief is positive about the long-term stock performance of Chinese state-owned enterprises under a 'valuation system with Chinese characteristics'.
The creation of a custom index tracking publicly listed niche real estate sectors show an interest for more specific investments and an active approach within a passives strategy.
Taiwan's Bureau of Labor Funds is taking on more risk through its passive equity mandate as it banks on a rally in global equity markets.
Market dislocations and black swan events in recent years have left institutional investors with few safe havens in public markets, rekindling their interest in hedge funds.
Taking a passive approach to listed investments is no longer sufficient to ensure satisfactory returns, said the Australian sovereign fund's chief.
Amid a challenging global environment, India’s markets are a favoured investment destination for some of the world’s largest pension funds.
AsianInvestor explains how the winners in this category were selected. Mercer data was used for the funds and strategies assessed and the winners were selected based on their performance in 2022.
Economic turmoil and global tensions saw Asia-Pacific private equity funds turn cautious in 2022, but some sectors are still attracting interest, the Dutch pension fund's head of APAC private equity said.
The Chinese life insurer is also keeping its eye on undervalued Hong Kong equities to boost its $11 billion overseas investment portfolio.
The AsianInvestor news team was very busy in March, covering big stories such as the UBS-Credit Suisse merger impact, as well as speaking to asset owners at our own events.