The Danish fund has overallocated to the subcontinent and launched a mandate dedicated to its equity market last year.
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The Danish pension fund values its exposure to Japan, but must balance a mismatch between its strategy and the country’s overall corporate culture, its head of equities tells AsianInvestor.
The Danish pension fund still expects high stock returns over time in China, particularly from private companies, its head of equities says.
The Danish pension fund sees both absolute and relative gains for its Asia stocks strategy, its head of equity tells AsianInvestor.
Expectations of tamed inflation and possible easing of interest rates could boost potential across the region, although questions and risks remain.
In a series on how Asian markets might develop in the coming year, AsianInvestor zooms in on Japan and how investors might find value in stocks on the backdrop of a weak yen and a loose monetary policy.
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The stock’s promising performance stands in sharp contrast to the less fortunate fates of other Chinese companies that have been affected by government clampdowns.
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