The ballooning asset class attracted $8.9 billion in the first ten months of 2015.
The $300 billion public pension plan has released private equity performance fees for the period since 1990.
The 33 local authorities could combine as much as £6 billion by the end of March 2016.
Investors are plagued with an organizational behavioral bias problem, despite predictable factor returns, Research Affiliates has argued.
Asset managers will need to overcome challenges such as changing client demand and increasing regulatory pressures for the industry to continue to grow, according to McKinsey.
The survivors and innovators of the OCIO game are eyeing the next big thing: defined contribution plans.
The sale is part of the $300 billion pension’s plan to cut its number of third-party managers in half.
PE managers are becoming more open to co-investments as evidence indicates superior returns.
Managers have internalized investors' well-documented size bias, EY research shows.
Foundation leaders on diversity in institutional investing—and lack thereof.