The Singaporean investment company plans to relocate staff from other global offices, then hire locally over time at a planned Paris office.
Some of the big investors encouraging agreements where building owners and tenants can help cut emissions. Still, these deals can be hard to put in place.
In an interview on the back of the launch of Nuveen’s 2022 EQuilibirum survey of global institutional investors, Nick Liolis, the chief investment officer at TIAA and Amy O’Brien, the global head of responsible investing at Nuveen speak about how insurance companies approach impact investing.
Even as regulators crack down on the practice, accurately estimating the environmental and social impact of an investment remains challenging.
It might have nothing to do with you now, but distant financial and geopolitical events’ cascading effects are emerging as the biggest threat to institutional risk managers.
While investors like the Ontario Teacher’s Pension Plan and Temasek write off their investments in FTX, the recent downfall of centralised crypto exchanges may actually serve as the purge the industry needs.
In the wake of COP27, the "just transition" to a green economy must put people at its centre, says Maria Teresa Zappia, deputy chief executive officer at BlueOrchard, and head of sustainability and impact at Schroders Capital.
Uptake is still small by Western standards and prioritises short- over long-term allocation.
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.
Property markets may be facing a turning point, but long-term structural trends continue to underpin real estate in Asia Pacific, making the sector potentially attractive for overseas capital, says Jing Dong Lai, CIO and CEO, M&G Real Estate Asia
The Democratic Party kept its majority in the Senate while the Republican Party won back the House. AsianInvestor asked the market how one should view the coming two years in US politics from the standpoint of an investor.
HSBC Asset Management’s Jacqueline Pang elaborates on the journey ESG in Asia will have to undertake to move from the fringe to the mainstream