Higher interest rates make cash more attractive for risk-averse asset owners, but fund managers argue other assets may merit consideration.
Executives from the two insurance companies discussed the complexities and significance of long-term capital growth, given today’s uncertain economic climate.
China Life Overseas and Manulife Asia will stick to pivoting portfolios towards fixed income assets into 2024 in preparation for a high-rate environment and evolving insurance rules.
Survey shows institutions see two key macroeconomic risks to their asset allocation strategies over the next 6-12 months.
Food prices have soared in the past 18 months. Are they headed still higher, and what are the investment implications? AsianInvestor asked five experts.
After two senior departures inside a year, the Australian sovereign fund has elevated a deputy CIO to oversee the $160 billion portfolio.
As investors continue to parse financial data to figure out the next interest rate move from the Fed, there are conflicting opinions on what the future holds.
Taking a passive approach to listed investments is no longer sufficient to ensure satisfactory returns, said the Australian sovereign fund's chief.
UniSuper has chosen an investment manager to manage a portfolio of senior, secured private debt assets in Australia and New Zealand.
Although further obstacles have been added in the first quarter to an already bleak market situation, AsianInvestor hears expectations for opportunities for the remainder of the year among asset managers.
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.
Uncertainty may be uppermost in investment managers’ minds, but higher interest rates present opportunities, speakers told AsianInvestor’s Insurance Investment Briefing Hong Kong.