Chief Investment Officer’s annual ranking of the most influential consultants in the institutional investment universe.
New Jersey’s no-holds-barred politics have swept up the state pension fund, as a union lobs claims of impropriety at the board chairman. Leanna Orr investigates.Headlines
Guus Boender set up the consultancy in 1981 and led it to become one of the leaders in asset-liability management.Headlines
Costs, complexity, and capacity all cited as the US’ biggest pension scraps hedge funds completely.Headlines
Long a dominant force in the retail market, Putnam’s push into the big leagues of institutional asset management will be led by Jeff Gould.Headlines
Dutch-flavoured long-term mandates have found investors in
Once one of his “top 10 pet peeves,” Cliff Asness has come around on smart beta (except for the name).
Industry Innovation Awards
Doug Brown (Exelon), Ted Eliopoulos (CalPERS), and their teams will be competing on the asset owner side, while AQR, NISA, BlackRock, and others in asset management/servicing categories.
In a year when the term ‘innovation’ has come under prominent attack, we took a look at our own awards series, and made some tweaks.
What you need to know about entering into the new and growing asset class of private debt—according to Mercer.