Despite losses, the 300 largest funds’ share of global pension assets rose to 43% in 2021.
The world’s most populous nation is enjoying a stock market surge and appears poised for further investment.
Stanford’s Ashby Monk and colleagues have a plan to attract capital to developing nations.
Bruce Crane has managed the Canadian pension fund’s infrastructure and natural resources investments in the region since 2020.
In 2035, emerging markets will gain a slight edge, and they will have a clear lead by 2050: 47% to 27% of global capitalization.
Many U.S. and other nations’ companies are thinking about transferring elsewhere. Easier said than done. Investors could be collateral damage.
The mall is set to attract a growing consumer base in the affluent Alipore, Kolkata, neighborhood.
CPPIB and CalSTRS are among the many institutions that have put money into the expanding Asian economic powers.
The Bangalore-based startup joined the unicorn club with a valuation just north of $1 billion.