Investors are trying to grapple with the right approach to tackle increased interest rates - a scenario that creates both challenges and opportunities, investment executives from different Korea asset owners say.
We showcase AsianInvestor's best interviews with asset owners in July – a feat that spans the Asia-Pacific region. Key themes are rising rates impacting portfolio shifts, boosting ESG and revamping external manager mandates.
AsianInvestor has identified 20 outstanding executives who are driving the region's pension industry forward. Today, we feature leaders from Canada and China — CDPQ and NCSSF.
The Canadian pension fund believes that India’s long-term growth potential will continue to provide attractive investment opportunities for foreign investors.
The national pension fund has increased its allocation to private markets and overseas to combat challenges of diversification and domestic bias.
Thijs Knaap, chief economist for Dutch pension fund APG, discusses how pension funds can protect themselves from the effects of high inflation.
The $200 billion pension fund is balancing exposure to the surging Taiwan stock market with further steps towards ESG integration.
The partnership between the Canadian insurer’s asset management arm and ClearView will focus on the decumulation phase of retirement.
While the average hedge fund asset allocation by public pension funds has been on the decline due to concerns with low performance and high fees, interest from Canada’s largest pension fund remains strong.
SSF aims to use record results to allocate more to A-shares.
The country's pension funds are lagging behind their Asian peers for sustainable returns, leading to calls for Beijing to let them invest in more alternative assets.
The Canadian pension fund plans to increase its allocation to the region from 10% to 15% over the coming four years, even as its total assets under management rise.