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.
The manager of the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund has concerns about the number of women occupying top corporate roles in Japan; insurance giant AIA is diving into China’s commercial property sector with a stake in a retail-office complex; and more.
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.
Several Australian superannuation funds have completed their mergers; lawmakers have filed a bill seeking to create a Philippine sovereign wealth fund; and more.
Hong Kong’s Mandatory Provident Fund scheme gets three more investment options; Korea's National Pension Service reportedly has two frontrunners to head its investment operations; new report says asset owners around the world are passively invested in companies that might be involved in Uyghur Muslims repression in China’s Xinjiang region; and more.
Vanguard launches a pension fund in Australia, the first new fund license to be approved in six years; Taiwan's Bureau of Labor Funds appoints seven asset managers - four foreign and three local; and more.
CDPQ’s real-estate arm views Asia Pacific’s real estate sector as a great diversifier with strong fundamentals that can be leveraged to build resilience into its portfolio.
TCorp names head of real assets and private markets; Aviva Investors appoints APAC head from Franklin Templeton; Fidelity International appoints Southeast Asia and Singapore head; La Salle hires head of RMB strategy from PGIM; GAM hires Japan equity analyst; and more.
For the past six years the Canadian pension plan has been scouting for the best possible India infra investments - today it's the fourth-largest investor in Indian infrastructure.
Issues around capital gains tax and settlement rules need to be addressed before Indian debt is included in global indices, say experts. Following this, India could attract additional inflows of up to $40 billion.
Singapore's Temasek is taking part in a new fund under climate-focused investor founded by Bill Gates; Korea's NPS is looking for a new CIO as the previous' term ends; Canadian CDPQ invests in Japanese developer of renewable energy; and more.