The Indonesia Investment Authority continues to push ahead with allocations to infrastructure projects while developing new strategic alliances with institutions across the region.
China sovereign fund buys ETFs to step up stock market boost; Korea national pension admits overstating responsible assets; Mubadala joins APG in life science real assets in China; MAS to streamline fund managers regulation; and more.
Indonesia's latest co-investment aims to capitalise on global hyperscalers hoping to tap into a booming local consumer market. There is also scope to cater to excess demand from Singapore.
Indonesian SWF inks cooperation framework agreement; GIC mulls sale of Tokyo skyscraper; NPS triple ESG investments; and more.
Temasek to allocate $10 billion to India over three years; INA inks deal with British International Investment; MFP inflows in H1 climb; GIC to acquire logistics facility in Japan; and more.
Arief Budiman, deputy CEO of INA, says the sovereign wealth fund is always on the lookout for partners who can bring specific expertise, network or technical knowledge to the table.
Temasek announces FTX review outcome; INA keen to build modern warehouses in Indonesia; Malaysia's EPF directed to lift domestic investments in portfolio; CPPIB stresses importance of China exposure in overall strategy; and more.
Singapore's GIC teams with a listed REIT in India to purchase commercial properties; Indonesia's SWF to deploy $3 billion by end of year; NZ Super tops up hedge fund exposure; and more.
HKMA, MAS issue statements after the announced takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS; Temasek officials meet Maharlika executives; CDPQ eyes purchase of Indian unit of ATC; and more.
Arief Budiman says the sovereign wealth fund is on the lookout for more opportunities in renewable energy and highlights key focus areas for green investments.
Temasek has been named with other defendants in a US lawsuit that claims they conspired with cryptocurrency exchange FTX to defraud customers; Australian Retirement Trust plans merger with Commonwealth Bank Group Super; and more.
Will the result be what happened in Indonesia? One thing is certain: the desire to create state investment platforms is growing regionally and globally.