We speak with Lianne Buck, former Head of Infrastructure of TCorp and Director of Melbourne Airport, about how the airport sector will cope with the turmoil caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Whether in walnuts and almonds in Australia, coffee in Brazil, or sugar cane in Hawaii, Canadian pension fund PSP Investments is now an agriculture investor to contend with.
Canadian fund OPTrust employs a risk mitigating portfolio to help protect the fund from the worst of the volatility that can be experienced in growth assets, and it has proven quite resilient during the recent turmoil.
Chicken farms and almond plantations are perhaps not the first things that come to mind when thinking about investments. But these agricultural investments have proven to be quite a find for First State Super.
Asset consultant bfinance surveys distressed and opportunistic strategies and finds frantic capital raising activity. But not all strategies are equal, as the pandemic means a lack of track records and increased competition in some sectors.
What if you could design your hedging strategy with 20/20 hindsight? We asked VFMC’s Mark Aaron how to best address this question.
Listed infrastructure offers both liquidity and defensiveness, but how has it held up under the turmoil caused by COVID-19? 4D Infrastructure’s Sarah Shaw explores.
Asset owners should value their unlisted assets more frequently in the current market environment, according to Willis Towers Watson.
China Pacific Insurance Group CIO Ben Deng speaks to [i3] Insights about the challenges of closing the asset/liability gap in today’s low-yielding environment and shares his excitement about opportunities in Chinese private equity.