Upheaval—from provider preference to overall transition practices including fee arrangements—abounds in the transition management industry. Who are the winners—and losers?
There is an uncanny spillover of liability-driven investing
into defined contribution plans—and from an interest rate perspective, it's
CIO Europe considers the changing face of the actuarial profession over a spot of tea and pastries.
We all see the problem. Is there a solution to asset management's lack of diversity?
A demographic breakdown of finance, asset management, tech, and a few other professions, moving up the ladder from administrative to executive.
Politicians are shaking up the Swedish pension system. Will CIOs lose their jobs—and what does it mean for asset owners everywhere?
From Krakow to Auckland, Managing Editor Leanna Orr explores NZ Super's purity of vision and now-mainstream reputation.
Kip McDaniel on the sweet spot of buying general partner stakes in hedge funds.
Columnist Angelo Calvello proposes a medium of disruption: a social network that crowdsources investing ideas from individuals.
Kenneth Frier is leaving to “pursue another opportunity”, with Avtar Vasu taking his place on an interim basis.
A long-term partner of the US’ largest pension has backed its decision to exit hedge funds.Headlines
Vanstone has died at the age of 53.