Illiquidity, lack of agility, and being the market: Have some funds grown dangerously large?
The occasional big-name and several female managers will suffer in the California giant’s withdrawal from hedge funds. Insiders term the move a “non-event.”Survey
Upheaval—from provider preference to overall transition practices including fee arrangements—abounds in the transition management industry. Who are the winners—and losers?
Or is it what you do with it that counts? Chief Investment Officer Europe considers this timeless question.
The National Employment Savings Trust CIO outlines how he is building one of Europe's largest defined contribution schemes.
Growing trend or missed opportunity? CIO Europe looks outside public markets to check if there is still value to be had.
Do you know how much you're paying to trade? Ralph Frank, CEO of Charlton Frank, wants to throw some light on the subject.
Orwell didn't get to Monaco, but CIO Europe's editor did and got a taste of its exclusivity—and expensive drinks.
Some of the world’s biggest asset owners are backing a new climate change study, while CalSTRS is already stepping up its eco-friendly investments.Headlines
independent investigation has found no evidence of illegal behavior by former CIO Tony Clark. In-Depth
There is an uncanny spillover of liability-driven investing
into defined contribution plans—and from an interest rate perspective, it's