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.
As the climate emergency escalates, this relatively new ground of nature-based solutions is rapidly attracting the interest of family offices and institutional investors.
Leaders from major Canadian, Malaysian, and Indian pension funds discussed their strategic approaches and challenges towards ESG commitments in a rapidly evolving landscape of sustainable investments.
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.
Income Insurance CIO David Chua says it’s too soon to write off China and notes the importance of China and the rest of Asia’s emerging markets for its portfolio allocation.
The Dutch pension money manager and British International Investment call for stronger implementation of ESG standards to stamp out contrarian beliefs that inhibit the success of impact investing.
Leaders from major Canadian, Malaysian and Indian pension funds shared their innovative and unique approaches to navigating today's complex financial landscape in the pursuit of growth while remaining true to their mandates.
The Government Pension Fund of Thailand and Canada’s Alberta Investment Management Corporation are rethinking hedging strategies for their US dollar assets amid high interest rates.
For KWAP and PNB, embedding ESG standards into investment strategies is relatively painless, and ESG-related megatrends are flourishing.
A collection of remarkable moments from AsianInvestor's second Malaysia Global Investment Forum in Kuala Lumpur.
AsianInvestor hosted its investment briefing in November in Kuala Lumpur, which featured a number of high-profile speakers and delegates.
Strategic gains to be made from the current interest rate environment as well as duration matching benefits, investment heads say.