A recent study reveals a notable shift in the global perception of public pension funds and sovereign wealth funds towards the investment prospects in Asia, with India outpacing China.
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APAC may have arrived slightly late when it comes to automated trading, but now a wide variety of market participants including hedge funds and sovereign wealth funds are taking advantage of the speed, convenience and time saved.
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.
A US federal government pension decides to exclude investments in Hong Kong; Philippines' Maharlika fund can finance up to 80 potential projects; Korean pension snaps up stake in US crypto exchange; Australia's ART brings one more super fund under its fold; and more.
The $21.3 billion allocations to APAC property in the quarter ended September represented a fall of 22% from the same quarter a year ago, a report by JLL showed.
Sun Life Asia's Hong Kong-based ALM head leaves; Philippines's Maharlika fund gets first chief; Cerulli to shut Asia, Europe operations; Bosera AM's general manager departs; Amundi appoints new ETF sales heads; and more.
Ontario Teachers' unit makes late-stage VC investment in Indian logistics platform; Taiwan's PSPF picks investment advisor; Sumitomo Life increases stake in Singlife; Philippines' GSIS invests in renewable power player; and more.
AsianInvestor presents some of the best quotes made by speakers at the recent Global Financial Leaders' Investment Summit held in Hong Kong earlier this week.
Hong Kong Monetary Authority’s Exchange Fund and the new Hong Kong Investment Corporation will join forces with the Silk Road Fund to invest in Belt and Road Initiative projects focusing on energy transition and infrastructure.
Taiwan's BLF shortlists six managers for local equity mandate; GIC purchases stake in European hotel chain; China's state-run basic pension fund posts 2022 results; Japan's GPIF posts loss in September-ended quarter; and more.
The sustained pace of central bank purchases is unexpected and the trend could continue in the months ahead amid growing geopolitical tensions and a clouded economic outlook, said experts.
Total assets in sustainable funds across Asia ex-Japan stagnated in the third quarter, although some markets were helped by evolving regulations, according to Morningstar.