Addressing the uncertain and unpredictable effects of climate change is “the essence of risk management,” Wilshire Associates argues.
The UK insurer’s American investment arm meanwhile will dive into risk-premia strategies with a new multi-asset team.
Offloading longevity risk is not a one-way transaction, Redington has warned.
Frozen plans will offload their remaining liabilities eventually—it’s just a question of finding the right time, according to Bob Collie.
A behavioral and cultural shift is needed for pension funds to create meaningful change, the iconoclastic think tank argues.
From talent development to gender equality, what can one of the richest sporting competitions in the world teach other sectors about business culture?
Railpen raises “significant concerns” about the Reckitt Benckiser board, as CalPERS brings climate risk reporting to Rio Tinto.
It’s hard. Do it anyway, say execs from Prudential, State Street, and Strategic Investment Group, plus Nouriel ‘Dr. Doom’ Roubini.
An index of the world’s 500 largest asset owners shows that many are doing little or nothing to address climate change risks.
Low-volatility investing is “just a bet on falling interest rates,” according to Greenline Partners.