A growing private credit industry in Singapore is helping fund sponsors to create Asia-specific offerings, and attracting asset owners from the Asia Pacific and other regions.
Indonesia's sovereign wealth fund gets new chief risk officer; Prudential's Eastspring grabs new CIO from HSBC; ESSSuper hires new head of strategy; Gaw Capital hires from ADIA; HKEX gets new board members; Macquarie's global real estate head departs; and more.
What appeals to family offices -- impact or ESG investing? Fundamental differences between the two approaches exist, and some family offices prefer one over the other.
FWD group eyes stake sale after delaying IPO plans yet again; Ajlan & Bros Holding Group to forge deals with listed Chinese firms; Japan's Chikyoren hires managers for equity mandates; Temasek invests in agri-food strategy; and more.
The city-state's drive to become a regional hub for alternative assets over the past few years has encouraged interest from new kinds of investors and led to evolving products.
Established in 2022, Togs Capital is a single-family office (SFO) based in Singapore that focuses on alternative investments in high-growth emerging markets, particularly those that focus on sustainability and on creating a positive impact on society.
China names new securities regulator; GIC makes senior management changes; Eastspring names chief distribution officer; HKMA moves head of banking supervision to new role; Franklin Templeton appoints North Asia institutional business head; and more.
AsianInvestor picks out the standout themes that affected asset owners across the region -- plus a shout-out to one CIO who got it right on interest rates.
Impact investing is one of four key priorities for one of the world's largest environment-focused asset owners.
Investment flows into sustainable funds and actively managed funds in Asia reveal a region at a crossroads of growth and adaptation, according to research from Morningstar.
AsianInvestor is thrilled to announce that the Investment Strategy Summit Singapore will take place on 7 May, 2024! This exclusive half-day event gathers a selected group of investment executives from government investment entities, pension funds, insurance companies, endowments, family offices and other asset owners, together to drive discussion and debate on topics that will impact strategic and tactical decisions, both today and in the future.
As Singapore fights money laundering and other malfeasance, Dubai is rapidly attracting new types of family offices, experts said.