A senior executive at the world’s largest investor-led sustainable investment platform has said that market cap investment indices are no longer fit for purpose.
Unisuper add to private markets team; HKEX makes three appointments; Natixis IM's APAC head changes role; Allspring opens HK office; Leo Wealth makes Singapore acquisition; and more.
The US-based pension fund, which invests in Asia, says private equity markets have finally turned a corner and emphasises the importance of open communication between general and limited partners during tough times.
US-based asset manager Franklin Templeton establishes specialised office in National Pension Service's HQ city.
Philippines' Social Security System gets new CEO; FWD taps risk chief from Axa; KIC makes changes to investment teams; Eastspring hires UOB veteran; Temasek, Future Fund execs join GPCA board; and more.
Geopolitical risks and a slowing global economy prompt Greater Bay Area Homeland Investments and Hong Kong tycoon Adrian Cheng's C Capital to look for private companies that are not reliant on overseas markets.
China’s shift in both Covid-19 and economic policies, including direction laid out in the December Central Economic Work Conference, has set the stage for investors as the country reopens.
Hong Kong's de facto central bank engages different external asset managers to help manage various asset classes from time to time. Here’s a look at how it selects external investment managers for its Exchange Fund.
In a tough year, investors have emerged more adaptable than ever, INA’s chief executive told the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong.
The expansion will boost inflows to Hong Kong and mainland China stock markets, but the real game changer will be when mainland investors can invest in secondary-listed Chinese companies in Hong Kong.
Terry Yung joins BOC Life as chief investment officer; Pinebridge appoints co-heads for Asia ex-Japan fixed income; Korea's KY AM names alternatives head; Nomura AM Taiwan gets new CEO; and more.
China’s bond market is beginning to look up as the country reopens and government rescue plan for the property sector kicks in. But the market will remain volatile compared with developed markets.