The national pension fund is employing a mix of tactical and strategic asset allocations to grow and protect its portfolio amid market uncertainties, according to its chief investment strategy officer.
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Uncertainty may be uppermost in investment managers’ minds, but higher interest rates present opportunities, speakers told AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing Hong Kong.
Last year belonged to the US dollar, which gained strength as almost every other global asset class fell. Which currency is likely to outperform in 2023? AsianInvestor asks market specialists to name their picks.
While keeping its powder dry for the time being, Australia's sovereign fund sees potential in allocations to China.
After a turbulent Year of the Tiger, pension funds are poised to face a multitude of open-ended risks. The trade-off between risk and reward will be finely balanced.
Commodities and more aggressive alternative strategies are among the options being explored as institutional investors look to counter potential threat.
With inflation high and rising, pension and insurance investors are urged to look more closely at their liability matching investment strategies.
Investing during macroeconomic uncertainty requires the ability to not only defend but also attack, according to the Malaysian federal pension fund’s CIO. A new transition plan is in place to help Kwap move faster to exploit the turmoil.
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The Government Pension Fund of Thailand thinks the key to a successful 2023 lies in its capability to manage credit holdings, which account for 60% of the asset pool.
Assets providing a steady stream of income is gaining attraction both in public and private markets, as the current market turmoil nudges insurers to reassess their allocation strategy, insurance executives discussed at AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing in Hong Kong.
While leading asset owners point to the global economic slowdown and rising inflation, real estate, in the right sectors, can still offer an effective hedge against inflation.