A recent study reveals a notable shift in the global perception of public pension funds and sovereign wealth funds towards the investment prospects in Asia, with India outpacing China.
While the Malaysian pension fund reassesses the Chinese market, other Asian markets are gaining favour, its CIO says.
The $21.3 billion allocations to APAC property in the quarter ended September represented a fall of 22% from the same quarter a year ago, a report by JLL showed.
AsianInvestor presents some of the best quotes made by speakers at the recent Global Financial Leaders' Investment Summit held in Hong Kong earlier this week.
Total assets in sustainable funds across Asia ex-Japan stagnated in the third quarter, although some markets were helped by evolving regulations, according to Morningstar.
China has invested $240 billion into its infrastructure-led Belt and Road Initiative since 2013. Ten years on, as China revives the ambitious plan, how should investors weigh up the investment opportunities and risks?
An array of investors from the Middle East are looking at expanding investments in Asia, inspired by the activities of Middle-East sovereign wealth funds and state-owned investors.
Chinese family offices in Singapore look at neighbouring countries for opportunities and show a clear preference for public over private markets.
One of Canada's top pension fund managers believes there are plenty of opportunities in the region, even as it strikes a cautious tone on investing in the region's largest economy.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC is doubling down on investing in certain sectors in China although it is becoming harder to have a top-down approach, Chief Executive Officer Lim Chow Kiat said at an event.
Eight funds available in Hong Kong and seven funds in Singapore have small exposures to Country Garden, the latest distressed Chinese property developer in the spotlight.
The departure of the Canadian fund’s Greater China real estate head comes amid growing fears of a mainland property crisis and tension between Ottawa and Beijing.