Leaders from major Canadian, Malaysian, and Indian pension funds discussed their strategic approaches and challenges towards ESG commitments in a rapidly evolving landscape of sustainable investments.
Beset by a lacklustre equity market, Indonesia's relatively buoyant bond market has become practically the only option for its yield-hungry domestic investors.
Leaders from major Canadian, Malaysian and Indian pension funds shared their innovative and unique approaches to navigating today's complex financial landscape in the pursuit of growth while remaining true to their mandates.
Malaysia's top life insurers Manulife and Generali Life still see attractive investment ideas in the ESG space, and believe the emergence of sophisticated ESG standards across emerging markets are helping shape those opportunities.
While the Malaysian pension fund reassesses the Chinese market, other Asian markets are gaining favour, its CIO says.
For KWAP and PNB, embedding ESG standards into investment strategies is relatively painless, and ESG-related megatrends are flourishing.
A collection of remarkable moments from AsianInvestor's second Malaysia Global Investment Forum in Kuala Lumpur.
AsianInvestor hosted its investment briefing in November in Kuala Lumpur, which featured a number of high-profile speakers and delegates.
Strategic gains to be made from the current interest rate environment as well as duration matching benefits, investment heads say.
The institutional investors are dedicating resources to ensure a thorough adaptation of ESG standards across their portfolios, the audience hears at AsianInvestor’s Malaysia Global Investment Forum.
Malaysia’s stock market is not providing the desired growth premium, and insurers instead are turning to overseas and private market assets, the audience hears at AsianInvestor’s Malaysia Global Investment Forum.
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