JP Morgan has asked a judge to throw out a case because it claims it had full discretion over investment choices.
Libya’s sovereign wealth fund is chasing Goldman Sachs to recoup more than $1 billion.
A bankruptcy judge has verbally ruled that CalPERS is no more important than other creditors.
A reported SEC investigation is just the latest blow to the fixed income giant.
New Jersey’s no-holds-barred politics have swept up the state pension fund, as a union lobs claims of impropriety at the board chairman. Leanna Orr investigates.
total settlement from seven private equity firms amounted to almost $600
Mathew Martoma is the seventh ex-SAC Capital employee to be convicted of insider trading.
Vector Capital, meant to be a technology fund, partly owns an offshore loan business charging customers 600% interest.
Lawyers on either side of the Bering Strait are readying for legal battles involving pension funds.
A Legal & General Investment Management economist thinks the Fed and Bank of England are fundamentally wrong.