AsianInvestor’s Family Office Briefing returns to Hong Kong as an in-person event for the first time since 2019 and will bring together a select group of family office leaders to discuss the investment landscape, emerging themes and opportunities, and the growing importance of sustainable and impact investing.
Hong Kong-based Chow Tai Fook Enterprises aims to ride a recovery in the hospitality and retail sector in 2023 and is also keeping an eye on quality private equity and Chinese equities exposure.
Four of the five most-read stories were related to Australia, including Vanguard's entry into the pension market and Canadian pensions' plans in real estate. Family offices also offered insight into private asset investment plans.
India’s National Investment and Infrastructure Fund attracts global investors; founder's family office indicates plans to sell portion of his Alibaba stake; the world’s biggest money managers are set to unload up to $100 billion of stocks in the final few weeks of the year; and more.
This invitation-only live event will explore how leading asset owners and professional investors can adapt asset allocations and deploy new strategies to invest for a new future. Further, fresh opportunities should emerge once Thailand’s next Five-Year Investment Promotion Strategy starts in 2023. Join us in Bangkok for a half-day discussion on how to invest in a new reality.
Though family offices in the region share a common interest in private assets going into 2023, different generations view digital assets very differently.
Speculative fever in the crypto space has cooled but not disappeared as wealthy families seek value in more ‘grown-up’ uses of digital asset technology. Part two of a two-part report.
Ontario Teachers' names sustainable investing lead; Aware Super hires income assets head; ICG creates Apac infra team with former Keppel Capital Alternate Asset experts; Raffles Family Office hires digital assets CIO; and more.
The busts rocking the digital asset industry have given family offices more, not less, impetus to enter the space. This is part one of a two-part report.
It is all about following the right mega trends to locate opportunities in times of turmoil, head of single family office Regal Ford Asia told AsianInvestor’s Southeast Asia Institutional Investment Forum.
Private equity, digital assets and ESG are the focus for wealthy families while inflation is top threat, new study finds.
China's family offices usually adopt more active investment strategies than their overseas peers, prefer direct equity investment, report says; Korea’s National Pension Service has raised holdings in US big-cap tech stocks; and more.