Leaders from major Canadian, Malaysian, and Indian pension funds discussed their strategic approaches and challenges towards ESG commitments in a rapidly evolving landscape of sustainable investments.
Leaders from major Canadian, Malaysian and Indian pension funds shared their innovative and unique approaches to navigating today's complex financial landscape in the pursuit of growth while remaining true to their mandates.
While the Malaysian pension fund reassesses the Chinese market, other Asian markets are gaining favour, its CIO says.
For KWAP and PNB, embedding ESG standards into investment strategies is relatively painless, and ESG-related megatrends are flourishing.
The institutional investors are dedicating resources to ensure a thorough adaptation of ESG standards across their portfolios, the audience hears at AsianInvestor’s Malaysia Global Investment Forum.
Taiwan's BLF shortlists six managers for local equity mandate; GIC purchases stake in European hotel chain; China's state-run basic pension fund posts 2022 results; Japan's GPIF posts loss in September-ended quarter; and more.
The month yielded a crop of exclusive and never-before interviewed asset owners including Hong Kong Investment Corp and The Rockefeller Foundation.
Malaysia's state pension fund is hoping to drive VC activity with its new $105 million investment vehicle, both domestically and across Southeast Asia, focusing largely on promising early-stage companies.
The Malaysian pension fund is eyeing its first private credit deal this year as a part of wider private market push.
Singapore's MAS lists domestic systemically important insurers; Qantas Super explores merger options; CIC chairman sees need for greater sustainability certainty; KWAP to invest in Malaysia's startup ecosystem; and more.
AsianInvestor has identified 20 outstanding executives who are driving forward the region's pension industry. On day 8, we showcase executives from Malaysia's KWAP and New Zealand Superannuation Fund.
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.