The Ministry of Finance has passed oversight for the SWF’s responsible investing to Norges Bank and a five-strong ethics council.
A backward-looking, statistical view of risk where volatility dominates does not serve us well, writes former Schroders CIO Alan Brown.
Delegates at a pensions conference turn up the heat on the regulators.
As institutions slash active mandates, managers on both sides of the active versus passive argument rejoice.
With the firm in flux, a director in Russell’s UK pension solutions group is now on gardening leave.
Is complexity overrated? Is risk parity working? CIO asks if pensions might have been better off sticking with the old ways.
Investment banks are taking on new roles to pick up pension clients—including baking cookies.
The lack of diversity in asset management is apparent beyond gender and race, writes columnist Angelo Calvello.
Instead of paying trading costs later on, inexperienced investors could be better off with larger initial allocations to alternatives, according to academics.
The pension chief at Manor, Switzerland’s largest department store, wants better yields on his investments—and is tearing up the Swiss rulebook to find them.