The ex-bond king says it doesn’t make sense for PIMCO to use derivatives to manage liquidity and outflows from funds.
The de-risking giants have sealed a major pan-Atlantic longevity transaction.
The Volcker Rule co-author and Bridgewater alum departs the US Treasury to become UC Regents' first chief risk officer.
The “surreal” world of near-zero interest rates means
liability-driven investing is being rethought, according to an investor survey.
Research Affiliates claims to have found three key indicators of investable, dividend-paying companies.
The transaction is one of the biggest traditional risk transfer deals in 2015.
Hermes Investment Management has provided more research casting doubt on the importance of active share as a performance measure.
AQR’s founder is tired of hearing claims that smart beta factors arose from biased backtests.
Research shows preparing your portfolio for a low carbon economy won’t come at a cost—and may even benefit your portfolio.
Two academics have shed light on the cultural and behavioural factors that lead some pensions to overstate their return forecasts.