The sovereign wealth fund expects another challenging year ahead amid high inflation, geopolitical risks and market uncertainty.
The current low-yield environment poses a challenge to real returns for traditional portfolios, but decent opportunities exist in non-traditional asset areas, said Lim Chow Kiat.
Lim Chow Kiat rises to the top at the Singapore state fund, with group president Lim Siong Guan to retire. Jeffrey Jaensubhakij will become group CIO, amid other leadership changes.
The Singapore sovereign wealth fund has seen a big drop in its five-year annualised return, reflecting the experience of other institutional investors this year. Its outlook is a gloomy one.
The Singapore sovereign wealth fund's CIO, Lim Chow Kiat, outlines to AsianInvestor what he sees as crucial lessons he has learned in his long investment career.
The Singapore sovereign wealth fund's CIO Lim Chow Kiat says that while he is keen for longer-term relationships with external managers, many investors do not share his institution's time horizon.
The Singapore sovereign wealth fund has for the first time given details of its new investment process.
The $220 billion sovereign fund is to relocate Jeffrey Jaensubhakij to Singapore to become president of GIC Asset Management. This will allow Lim Chow Kiat to focus on being CIO.
The sovereign wealth fund has introduced new leadership at its three investment subsidiaries in a widely expected move, strengthening its reach into emerging markets.