Emerging market currencies are displaying resilience and optimism as 2023 winds down. With a potential weakening US dollar on the horizon, many financial experts believe the stage is set for a promising 2024 for these currencies, especially in Asia.
Asset owners are navigating a complex path to net-zero using a range of strategies, with some choosing to integrate ESG expertise into their operations, according to a recent report by BNP Paribas.
In times of market volatility, the allure of holding cash and waiting for the right opportunity to come along can be tempting for investors, but is it the right move now?
Most Asian pension schemes’ alternative investments grew by double digits between 2018 and 2022, according to Cerulli Associates. Yet these funds also struggle with limited understanding and lack of in-house expertise.
Investors are prioritising diversification of their portfolios and one asset class stands out as a diversifier, according to a recent survey by AsianInvestor's investment intelligence data platform.
Survey shows institutions see two key macroeconomic risks to their asset allocation strategies over the next 6-12 months.
The swift adoption of ESG policies by sovereign wealth funds in China and Singapore has led to a surge in ESG assets under management in Asia, outpacing other major regions, according to a recent survey by Preqin.