Pension funds are facing an array of complicated choices amid growing economic uncertainty and changing regulatory frameworks. New technology has the potential to help with these issues.
Wealth funds are poised to extend efforts to green their portfolios as well as make greater bets in private markets.
Combining public and philanthropic funding with private capital is growing in Asia as a way to fund sustainable development projects. But scaling up this innovative model still requires education, incentives and aggregation of deals.
AsianInvestor highlights five trends to watch among wealth funds in the Year of the Rabbit, which begins on January 22.
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.
AsianInvestor looks back on our third and fourth Chinese New Year predictions from 2020: what the Federal Reserve did with rates and the best and worst-performing assets.
For the new Chinese New Year, AsianInvestor asked market experts questions about the coming 12 months. We begin by predicting what mainstream asset class will outperform.
AsianInvestor asked market experts their views about smart beta products and gave our opinion on whether it would hit the mainstream. Find out whether we were right.
In AsianInvestor's second revisit of last year's Year of the Rooster predictions, we look at how much the US Federal Reserve raised interest rates.
AsianInvestor will assess our market predictions made in January 2017. In the first one, we begin with our question on the election of Donald Trump to the US presidency.
Among the assets tipped to do well in the Year of the Rooster are high-yield bonds, event-driven hedge funds and Asia-Pacific property. Why? Read on...
A year ago we made predictions about asset performance and market reforms during the Year of the Monkey. In the final part of the series, we review how accurate our forecasts were.