Companies Investing in Asia

legoIn the process of building a new factory in China, Lego is committed to making “considerable investments in capacity and capabilities” in Asia.  Meanwhile, Global Head of Alternatives and Group Head of Solutions for Aberdeen Asset Management, Andrew McCaffery, said that his firm is also looking into the region.  Looking to expand into alternatives, they are committed to making investments in Asia as well.

CMBCI (CMBC International Holdings Ltd.) made investments in CARRET Private Investments (Asia) Limited, the private wealth management firm.  One of the firm’s founders and current Managing Partner, Kenneth Ho explained: “CARRET has more than 50 years of history in creating long-term value for its high net worth clients, and we believe, that together with CMBCI, we can form a partnership to develop high end wealth management for Chinese clientele.”

Vis-à-vis the region’s infrastructure, it is anticipated that in the decade from 2015 to 2025, approximately US$5.3 trillion ($7 trillion) will be invested into the industry in Asia.  Ten years thereafter, it will be worth around 60 percent of global expenditure on infrastructure.   According to the 2016 Infrastructure Australia Report, by 2031 Asia will account for around two-thirds of the middle-class population around the world.

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