A credit ratings agency has warned bond funds to hold more cash, despite the negative effect this could have on returns.
Expect further divergence between developed economies and major (but risky) upside potential from emerging markets, the investment banking titan says.
If pensions aren’t investing for the long term, it might not be their fault, a survey has found.
European pension funds have adapted their models post-crisis, research finds—and warns consultants and asset managers to pay attention.
This year has seen the most money in seven years dedicated to private real estate funds targeting Europe.
It isn’t just Japan’s pension fund that is buying up stocks, according to a new report.
Valuations and future returns have cooled foundations and endowments’ lust for the asset class, an NEPC poll shows.
Cambridge Associates found that private equity markets produced superior returns in the short and medium term.
UK charity funds still believe in active management in the face of increasing use of passive strategies by other institutional investors.
The sovereign fund’s CEO has revealed plans to invest up to $20 billion in
Asian assets in the next five years.