In hunt for yield, Japan insurers bet on project finance

TOKYO (Reuters) – Project finance investment by Japan’s top insurers jumped nearly fivefold in the year to the end of March as they sought higher returns after years of persistently low interest rates. Their foray into the $230 billion global loan …
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