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Asia-Pac insurers eyeing private market assets

INSURERS in the Asia Pacific are looking to invest more in private market assets, such as real estate, as a way to diversify risk, according to a new study. It found that 45 per cent of insurers plan to allocate more than 15 per cent of their portfolio to private asset classes over the next three years, compared with 25 per cent that have already done so. Property and infrastructure are the most...


Global mutual funds picking up S'pore stocks

GLOBAL mutual funds were net buyers of Singapore stocks in the three months to Nov 14. The top five stocks saw net buys of S$1.9 billion in aggregate, compared to net sells of S$769.4 million.However, stocks with market capitalisation of between S$1 billion and S$2 billion saw more sells than buys. Aggregate net sells of the top five stocks in the category came to S$77.6 million, compared to net...


Prudential Singapore posts strong Q3 results

STRONG sales due in part to an increase in the number of agents helped insurer Prudential Singapore record stronger numbers for the third quarter. Annual premium equivalent sales, a common industry measure of revenue, increased 9 per cent to �258 million (S$524 million) for the three months to Sept 30. Prudential, one of Britain's largest insurers, said the performance was mainly because of an...


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