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Asia and sustainable investing: Leader or laggard?
By Paul Mackintosh
ESG and sustainable investing appear – probably – to have ridden out the supposed backlash in the US and worldwide that many talked of after the crisis in global energy markets following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 20...
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- Why the digitalisation of Asia’s fund industry is at tipping point
- Defensive positioning
- Ambition versus reality
- Cautiously positive on ESG
- Rising bond interests
- Malaysia pension fund KWAP launches 500 million ringgit startup fund
- Taiwan financial regulator simplifies procedures for fund launches, foreign privileges
- Philippine House of Representatives expected to pass military pension reform bill next week, report says
- Three Southeast Asian bourses mull creating ESG ecosystem
- Korea military fund seeks bids for overseas equity mandate
- Malaysia’s PNB CEO Jalil Rasheed resigns
- Malaysia suspends some short selling as coronavirus batters markets
- Philippine lawmakers pass bill to allow civil servants to retire at 56
- Thai fund industry records 132.2 billion baht inflows, mostly into China, global equities
- Hong Kong’s PCCW Solutions wins eMPF tender
- Singapore’s Temasek helps raise US$430 million for Bahamas-based crypto firm FTX
- Analysis: What made Temasek can Keppel deal?
- Taiwan’s BLF plans $2.3 billion global climate change equities tender
- China’s CIC puts greater emphasis on ESG
- Singapore fund management assets driven by alternatives in 2020, MAS says