The public pension plans to slash the number of managers it uses to reduce costs.
The public pension plan is attempting to nail down an investment policy framework as it prepares to welcome an internal CIO.
It didn’t pay to be skillful if you were a hedge fund manager in 2014.
Preqin’s data reveals evidence of a supply/demand imbalance in the unlisted sector.
CIOs of $1 billion-plus hedge funds took home $233,000 less on average than last year.
Japan’s giant pension fund is poised to improve its investment prospects with imminent reforms, an independent report says.
The public pension’s OCIO experiment with Salient Partners is reaching a tumultuous end.
Local authority pensions in Lancashire and London announced an investment partnership last week; CIO found out more.
$50 billion in fresh capital has come into the private real estate sector this year, even as the asset class faces fiercer competition and rising prices.
on the heels of LSE’s acquisition of Russell Investments, LGIMA has launched a
US index fund business of its own.