Affected heavily by the Covid pandemic, the property sector in Asia is poised for recovery as countries lift border controls, although some markets may react quicker than others.
The Dutch pension fund has entered its first investment in the Asia Pacific that purely focuses on the innovation and life sciences sectors.
Supermarkets, data centres and warehouses have drawn investor interest in developed markets, while Asian logistics have appeal, asset owners said at the Asian Investment Summit 2022.
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.
With the 60/40 allocation a thing of the past, investors are looking to alternative assets for higher yield, inflation hedging, and portfolio diversification.
Driven by market volatility and the search for higher yields, family offices are raising allocation to alternative assets.
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.
Auditor resignations plus delayed financial results are bad news for Hong Kong-listed developers.
Inflation and stagflation continue to be a concern for investors amid the Russia-Ukraine war, supply chain disruptions and rising energy prices.
Asian asset owners are less concerned about geopolitical risk but are just as worried as their global counterparts about inflation and rising rates, according to a new survey by Bfinance.
The Canadian pension fund continues to expand its presence in the Asia Pacific, with a broad focus on infrastructure, real estate, equities and innovation in Australia, India and China.
Superannuation fund Cbus and Singapore property firm City Developments Limited (CDL) discuss how to ensure minimum sustainability standards for real estate.