Some family offices in Singapore are staying away from private markets for now, and only looking at selective opportunities as concerns about the market outlook linger. Liquidity and liquid assets are a key priority as of now.
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Asset owners across Asia Pacific (APAC) are rethinking markets, reallocating portfolios and responsibly investing amid dramatic shifts in the macroeconomic and geopolitical landscape, according to Nuveen.
As asset owners emerge blinking in the daylight of the post-Covid reality, private markets and technology are offering the best way forward, two reports say.
Asian institutions are keen to raise allocations to private debt this year, a newly-released BlackRock survey and comments from asset owners such as family offices show.
In a period of heightened macroeconomic uncertainty, CSC has decided to keep focus on relative value in decarbonisation, energy security, and digital infrastructure.
The insurer, like many others, is keen on private fixed income and private equity as it seeks to diversify its portfolio away from relatively shallow local public markets.
As Asia's private equity markets become saturated, investors are finding opportunities in the evolving private credit space, a survey released on February 6 shows.
Lower valuations could ease strain of high borrowing costs, says Singapore-based family office JRT Partners.
Women in private equity tend to hit a glass ceiling at the VP level, with only 2% in Asia Pacific being promoted to principal level compared to 20% of men, according to new McKinsey research.
PE activity in India this year won’t match the blistering pace set in 2021, but the sector remains healthy. AsianInvestor looks at how challenges and opportunities in the current global environment are affecting the outlook for the industry.
Following a surge in activity last year, India’s PE industry has had a less frenetic 2022, but the pace of dealmaking is expected to stay brisk, drawing the likes of Ontario Teachers’ and CPP Investments.
Most family offices in Asia are ready to get started with ESG impact investing, but the question they have is “how?”, according to Robert Kim of professional athlete Jeremy Lin’s family office.