Gaw Capital Partners, which manages the portfolio, aims to grow the Japanese residential platform to $800 million, citing resilient occupancy rates, healthy growth, and investor interest.
Exclusive research from Nuveen reveals APAC asset owners are more likely to implement inflation mitigation changes in portfolio, through incorporating – or increasing – less liquid investments, than investors from other regions.
When it comes to specific ESG opportunities, private markets are still ahead of public markets, according to two leading ANZ super funds.
Real estate, infrastructure, and natural resources that are linked to rising prices and have a low correlation to economic activities can help investors mitigate risks amid inflation, or even stagflation.
Income-oriented investors need higher yields and diversification – yet with manageable levels of risk. In the search for solutions, Simon England-Brammer of Nuveen outlines the potential for non-traditional assets in the portfolios of Asia Pacific asset owners today.
Inflation or stagflation? Rising prices have sent worries across the market. Investors want to be fully geared with the right assets in the portfolio.
Low to zero fees for co-investments mean higher returns, but opportunities are generally limited to institutional investors that can allocate dedicated resources.
The largest pension fund in Thailand will focus on central business district areas for real estate, while New Zealand's sovereign wealth fund is planning to avoid competitive areas.
This week we ask investment experts to weigh in on the recent inflation spike and share how to shore up portfolios.
CPPIB, Omers and OTPP are busy hiring in the region for investment talent in credit, real assets and particularly equities. Omers is also planning to add office space in Singapore.
For the Canadian pension fund, Covid-19 has underlined the value of tie-ups with local and global institutions, and of its long-standing focus on renewable energy.
The two public pension funds are increasingly forming partnerships to grow their property and infrastructure exposure globally. What's the thinking behind this trend?