Singapore's sovereign wealth fund adds to logistics portfolio; PIF is anchor investor in Saudi Arabia ETF on HKEX; Temasek, MAS, IFC team up for green investments; Prudential's asset management arm in Korea up for sale; and more.
The Temasek unit believes nature-based solutions are a critical lever in becoming carbon-neutral and focuses on companies and projects that are looking to scale up globally.
Despite the magnitude of agri-food emissions in Asia, decarbonisation in the sector receives much less consideration and investment than in other sectors, according to a new report co-written by Temasek.
GIC in tie-up to develop green ammonia in India; Teachers' Pension hires CIO from SK Securities; Ontario Teachers' clears competition hurdle to acquire stake in India's BusyBees Logistics; Temasek leads funding round for Indian spacetech firm; and more.
China considers new fund for shoring up equity markets; Top US pension fund invests in Asia-focused private equity funds in first half; Singapore investigates family offices' role in money laundering case; INA bolsters Indonesia's healthcare capabilities; and more.
Canadian pension fund in partnership to invest in Asian private credit; Superannuation funds continue merger pace; Temasek-owned fund unit raises billions for China-focused strategy; and more.
Singapore's MAS lists domestic systemically important insurers; Qantas Super explores merger options; CIC chairman sees need for greater sustainability certainty; KWAP to invest in Malaysia's startup ecosystem; and more.
Singapore's state investor Temasek is ramping up its decarbonisation efforts for sectors in its portfolio with a traditionally larger carbon footprint.
The removal of tax exemption for sovereign fund investments would have massive implications for foreign fund flows. That hasn't stopped some countries from trying to change the rules.
The Singaporean state investor remains optimistic about China despite economic and geopolitical headwinds.
Indonesian SWF inks cooperation framework agreement; GIC mulls sale of Tokyo skyscraper; NPS triple ESG investments; and more.
Singapore’s state-owned investment funds have the greatest exposure to China, with a collective allocation running into billions of dollars, despite geopolitical tensions and economic challenges.