Low rates and yields mean it is time for rule-makers to adapt their policies, says a Europe-wide industry action group.
John Johnson has been sentenced to supervised release and community service for illegal activities committed before his tenure as a public fund CIO.
The world’s largest asset manager failed to disclose an ex-manager’s personal holdings in a company he invested in for BlackRock, the SEC said.
The world’s largest custodian has been criticised by the UK financial regulator for “serious failures”.
Sergio Arvizú has called staff and union heads’ accusations baseless, slanderous, and a “smear campaign.”
“Weak” supervision of asset managers needs to be addressed, particularly regarding liquidity, the IMF has argued.
The AP funds’ Ethics Council has given up asking three companies to change.
Investors prefer to lose lending income rather than forfeit their proxy votes, academics have found.
The fund CEO allegedly tampered with documents and attempted to hire a 90-year-old, according to UN staff and union heads.
The popularity of “alternative beta” strategies has begun to attract the attention of financial watchdogs on both sides of the Atlantic.