America’s largest pension will turn its axe on up to $3 billion of real estate assets.
Hedge fund numbers are levelling out, but performance and fees are moving around.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group’s deal with the Swiss bank is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2015.
The US pension lifeboat is making good on its promise to small investment managers.
The $303 billion pension wants big relationships with the biggest firms—and has a plan to help its emerging managers compete.
The $300 billion public pension is reportedly set to terminate roughly half of its third-party asset managers.
Expect to see more giant investors teaming up on infrastructure deals, says Invesco.
Investors and consultants need to innovate their relationship first, according to research.
“Would you pay $334 to make an additional $1,800?” New Jersey's pension chair asked a senate oversight panel, under pressure over fee spend.
The key to addressing the gender imbalance is disrupting stereotypes to bring about a cultural shift in the industry, according to State Street.