Expected future returns are way down the list when considering a new manager, academics have claimed.
Improving fund performance might be an illusion, academics have found—and one that is being exploited by managers.
A major analysis of pension fund investment and returns has revealed three key aspects to outperformance. And, on average, you’re probably getting it right.
More assets and options in the truly indexed market create a hostile environment for managers that claim to be active—but aren’t.
OCIO and consulting business growth has fueled yet another better-than-expected round of earnings for Aon.
One hedge fund returned 225.21% last year—but which one was
European equity managers have embraced ESG investing the most, research has found, while US asset owners are becoming more interested in responsible mandates.
There are three identifiable skills that tend to lead to future outperformance, according to Novus.
Boutique OCIO provider FRC will wind down after being dropped by its only client.
The public pension plans to slash the number of managers it uses to reduce costs.