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The announcement was part of six climate finance commitments made by British International Investment at the ongoing UN climate change conference, known as COP28, in Dubai.
Traditional asset allocation patterns, heavily tilted towards assets such as property, could change as wealth transfers to the next generation of wealthy Thai families, says a top investment executive at a single family office.
Consistent flows from GIC sees allocations by Singapore institutional investors overtake the US in the first nine months of 2023.
While the Canadian government's desire to encourage local investments by pension funds is understandable, it shouldn’t come at the cost of undermining the independence, diversity and returns prospects of investments.
Australia's top super funds are increasing their global asset allocations, as the superannuation system continues to see growth rates not seen by its global peers.
In partnership with State Street Global Advisors
Projections of weaker US growth in 2024 coupled with a robust economic outlook for Asia bode well for more active and diverse portfolios, including quality and safe-haven assets, according to a recent AsianInvestor webinar, in conjunction with State Street Global Advisors.
A new private investment fund offers promise for waste management improvements in Asia. But at a local level, there is still a lot to be done to speed up the process.
Sovereign wealth fund China Investment Corporation's total assets under management dropped to $1.24 trillion at the end of 2022. But, it still managed to achieve its 50% alternative asset allocation target for overseas investments.
Despite a volatile period for technology investments in 2023, some single-family offices based in Hong Kong and Singapore are committed to investing in Web 3.0, albeit with caution.
A company’s intentions and targets are no longer enough for investors, according to the two asset owners.
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.