Unconventional, or alternative, assets generally refers to private equity, property, commodities and even works of art. They usually increase in value over a longer timeframe than conventional assets like bonds and stocks. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong fund managers urged government to invest new future fund in unconventional assets

Experts say part of new government reserve could be invested in assets like property or art

Topic |   Hong Kong Budget 2015-2016

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Unconventional, or alternative, assets generally refers to private equity, property, commodities and even works of art. They usually increase in value over a longer timeframe than conventional assets like bonds and stocks. Photo: Reuters
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Olga Wong

Olga Wong

Olga Wong has focused on covering the environment, housing, urban planning and the ageing population at the Post since 2007. Her award-winning stories exposed loopholes in the Small House Policy and developers' unscrupulous sales tactics. She also worked at Ming Pao and was awarded the Best Young Reporter by the Newspaper Society of Hong Kong in 2001.