14 November 2018

Victor Yeung

Chief Investment Officer, Admiral Investment Ltd.
  • The first true period of geographical diversification typically begins with investors making small but permanent allocation to international products. Photo:

    Investment allocation: Home bias vs int’l diversification

    - Nov 21, 2016 12:00pm
    For institutional investors, diversification has long been a tool to reduce overall risks on investments and boost long-term returns. After focusing on diversification into different asset classes in the early years, leading institutions in developed countries...
  • As the real estate sector evolves with the changing economic needs, logistics properties have developed into a mainstream asset class and thus an important element of REIT portfolios. Photo: JLL

    Why REITs are becoming a popular investment vehicle

    - Sep 12, 2016 4:30pm
    Since its birth 16 years ago, Asia-Pacific real estate investment trusts (REITs) have consistently generated an annual dividend of 4.5 to 7 percent. The sector’s total return is about 12 percent a year, outperforming equities, bonds...
  • A growing sporting culture boosts demand for related goods and benefits the retail sector. Photo:

    How sports is changing the local retailing scene

    - Aug 16, 2016 1:46pm
    The Olympic Games remind us that sports is an integral part of a modern lifestyle. Over the last two decades, Hong Kong has increasingly established itself as a sporting city. According to a recent Jones Lang...
  • Many office hubs have  diversified to host different industries, including finance in Central, retailing in Island East, and corporate back office in Kowloon East. Photo: Internet

    Why HK office market will continue to do well

    - Jun 22, 2016 4:52pm
    The US Federal Reserve has decided to keep interest rates unchanged, making it improbable for the federal funds rate to have a 1 percent increase in 2016, which has been the consensus expectation at the beginning...
  • The Super Hotel chain in Japan offers limited amenities (though a few of the hotels have an in-house hot-spring spa), but service is the equal of that in full-service hotels. Photo:

    Why limited-service hotels can be a good investment

    - May 20, 2016 6:30pm
    A limited-service hotel (LSH) is a hotel without restaurant and banquet facilities, which are part of the defining characteristics of a full-service hotel (FSH). The LSH’s market position is based on the recognition that, for some...
  • Australia has the most developed REIT regime in the Asia-Pacific and that presents a wonderful opportunity for investors. Photo: Bloomberg

    Why Hong Kong investors should consider Australia

    - May 11, 2016 10:34am
    During our regular conversations with clients, many Asian investors are actively diversifying their real estate exposure away from their home markets. Some investors diversify for tactical reasons, as their existing exposure in Asia has generated capital...

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