Health care, manufacturing, and special situations will keep the momentum in attracting private equity in 2023, a recently released report said.
Asset allocators remain determined to take the fight to companies lacking transparency on environmental and human rights issues.
The more positive outlook for China presents a test for investors' ESG principles, with reports continuing to emerge of alleged forced labour abuses.
With China’s recent reopening re-igniting global investor appetite for domestic equities, China Asset Management Co Ltd (ChinaAMC) believes thematic exchange-traded funds (ETFs) offer an effective route to resilient returns.
Although developed markets are expected to outperform, the Asia Pacific region also holds appeal for many institutional investors, a 2023 investment outlook survey shows.
The Dutch pension manager expanded its partnership in the Chinese market in 2019. The latest available data shows the portfolio is growing and doing well.
Collaboration between policymakers and the investment community is crucial for the sustainability of sustainable investing, and this synergy will prove particularly useful for developing markets in Asia.
In 2018, the German group got the green light to set up the first wholly foreign-owned insurance firm in China. The trailblazing process has since moved the needle for foreign insurers seeking to set up shop on the mainland market.
One advantage is that smaller emerging markets are more likely to gain attention from Asian-investing institutions.
In 2016, signals were clear that the Canadian pension fund would likely continue investing in Chinese and other Asian real estate markets. Six years on, its overall exposure to the region has grown significantly.
A bullish message of Hong Kong's re-emergence was conveyed by a stellar cast of speakers at the Global Leaders' Summit.
With the conclusion of the 20th National Congress, China’s leadership is confirmed for the next five years, allowing investors to assess the potential of the Chinese market.