The state pension aims to reallocate towards low-cost passive funds in a bid to cut costs and boost returns.
Fewer updates on price movements leads to riskier investments and higher returns, research shows.
More than two-thirds of surveyed investors planned to grow their allocations to the asset class over the long term.
There is far less top-quality fixed income around—and investors need to adapt, argues Loomis Sayles.
Skilled investors at smaller funds can overcome transaction costs to earn high returns, researchers argue.
The outperformance of the popular smart beta strategy may be hiding a correlation to fixed income, researchers argue.
The Environment Agency Pension Fund uses data science to prove the merits of environmental, social, and governance investing.
Two months on from the landmark referendum result, what can investors take from the reaction of investment markets?
Recent performance has investors wrongly biased against value investing, argues Research Affiliates.
The so-called “$1 billion club” exerts disproportionate influence and capital, according to Preqin.