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.
Current performance attribution models can be improved by holding individuals accountable, explains AlphaEngine’s Arun Muralidhar.
Dealing with funding shortfalls will require greater risks, but many pension professionals are worried their funds don’t have the knowledge base needed.
A State Street survey of sovereign wealth funds and public pensions finds technology and data capabilities lacking.
David Swensen demonstrates how managers have—and haven’t—engaged with his team’s efforts to address greenhouse gas exposure.
There is no such thing as a “normal” distribution when it comes to market price movements, the asset manager claims.
The insurer expands its American pension-risk transfer business with a $65 million deal with the Diocese of Palm Beach.