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.
Norges Bank Investment Management continues to purge companies believed to be doing business with Myanmar's military government from its portfolio.
Health care, manufacturing, and special situations will keep the momentum in attracting private equity in 2023, a recently released report said.
While investors in Asia and Europe are looking at applying AI to fill the gaps in ESG reporting, human oversight will always be necessary.
Asset allocators remain determined to take the fight to companies lacking transparency on environmental and human rights issues.
Life insurance companies are having to adapt to new or upcoming regulatory regimes that will likely have a significant impact on investment decisions in the coming year.
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.
The more positive outlook for China presents a test for investors' ESG principles, with reports continuing to emerge of alleged forced labour abuses.
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.
Australian superannuation fund HESTA almost doubles its commitment to sustainability focused private equity investment program; Temasek in funding round for fintech startup focusing on rural India; and more.
Inflation and economic uncertainty are leading to dwindling opportunities for investors, top executives from both institutions told AsianInvestor.