UK hedge fund researchers find systematic sports betting can diversify and outperform traditional assets.
Engagement trumps divestment for the $8.7 billion British university fund.
Providers have suffered from their clients’ de-risking and insourcing, research shows.
Research has found significant portfolio overlap between specialists and generalists—as well as comparable risk-adjusted returns.
As investors pull away, funds are promising lower management fees and more transparency.
What asset owners can learn from Hulk Hogan’s lawsuit financing.
One provider thinks it should be free—at least if it doesn’t outperform traditional indexes.
Equally weighted stock portfolios consistently rank among the largest mean returns, best Sharpe ratios, and lowest turnover, according to Horizon Investments.
Move away from the policy portfolio and dive into factors, long-short positions, and alpha-beta separation, Ken Frier and Gretchen Tai argue.
Just as America’s largest pension fund weighs getting back into tobacco investment, the world’s largest insurance fund announces a break up with the sector.