Public pensions must shoulder some of the blame when it comes to paying high fees for private equity, a law professor argues.
A class action lawsuit accuses the insurance company of using a fund with “excessive” fees.
Contentious debate failed to derail CPPIB’s expansion or a new public pension giant’s creation.
How European asset owners responded to the biggest political shock to the continent in years.
A private-equity fee investigator has been named asset management co-chief, shedding light on the regulator’s priorities.
The referendum was “advisory,” not binding, as Cambridge Associates points out.
A Visium PM was found dead Monday following insider trading charges. The $7 billion fund will shut down.
The $7 billion hedge fund traded on private drug approval info, the SEC alleges.
Charged with fraud, NY’s correction officers’ fund chief faces 40 years in his own members’ lockup.
Auto-enrolment and auto-escalation in DC plans could reduce Americans’ retirement shortfall by as much as $740 billion, CEO Ron O’Hanley has argued.