The SEC said the private equity powerhouse unfairly charged its limited partners $17 million in fees for failed buyout deals over six years.
Dutch pension giants APG and PGGM have set out how European policymakers can get investor support for increased local investment.
Elliott Management has hired Manhattan’s deputy district attorney as its general counsel.
The firm’s use of consultants and lobbyists in soliciting asset-servicing business from public pension plans is under investigation.
Two of the country’s biggest asset owners have ended a legal battle over the valuation of Perth Airport.
The Swedish government has finally agreed on changes to its $143 billion public pension system.
The bond shop has said it has successfully managed more than $50 billion in redemptions from the Total Return Fund after Bill Gross’ exit.
The heavily-advertised products operate in a regulatory "gray area," an SEC commissioner says.
Research by staff from the Netherlands’ financial regulator has shown that larger pensions may not always benefit from their size and scale.
The Dutch pension giant alleged that current and former staff gave “false and misleading statements” relating to the disastrous 2011 acquisition.