Investors’ views on how to approach long-term investing are sought by a global institution.
Redington’s quarterly risk-adjusted returns report shows high yield has dominated in the short term, but risk parity was the long-term winner.
A whopping 97% of investors are set to increase their hedge fund allocation in the second half of 2014 as equity and bond market valuations remain high, Credit Suisse has found.
Hiromichi Mizuno is to join the Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund’s investment committee as it seeks to diversify away from low-yielding bonds.
UBS has enhanced the typical risk parity portfolio—and claims it outperforms.
CIO Stefan Ros and CEO Peter Hansson explain why they have slashed SPK’s exposure to traditional fixed income to invest in real estate and hedge funds for the first time.
A sharp uptick in inflation is on the cards, investors say, and they are buying equities to keep up.
Proposals to overhaul the investment policies of UK local government pensions have been criticised by funds’ representative groups.
An increasingly illiquid bond market requires a new way of managing new capital, argues Hermes Fund Managers.
Real assets and risk-factor investing lead the revitalised PPF portfolio.