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February 5, 2019
In Focus: Why Long-Vilified Private Equity Does So Well

Several states are the latest to slam the buyout bunch for their high fees. Despite that, PE is flourishing.

Bill Gross’ Bond King Crown Now Firmly Sits on Jeff Gundlach’s Head

As the faded master bond investor announces his retirement, the usurper keeps growing in stature.

Cause for Worry: Stock and Bond Prices Walk Hand in Hand
Texas Teachers’ Shoulders Its Way into Blackstone’s Behemoth Private Equity Fund
At Pension Bridge: Finding Opportunity in Real Estate
Fintech Gains a Footing with Asset Owners
Fund Managers Countersue Kentucky for ‘Wasteful’ Lawsuit
Managing Pension Risk

How Plan Sponsors Are Using LDI and Alternatives

CIO of UK’s Biggest Pension Plan to Exit

Roger Gray, who nearly tripled the Universities Superannuation Scheme’s assets over 10 years, will leave in September.

Bolsonaro Really Wants Pension Reform in 2019

Brazil’s new president’s opening session letter demands social security system overhaul.

What CIOs Want and Need from Asset Managers

Beyond investment management, CIOs are looking for their asset managers to become partners in setting strategy and managing risk.

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Issues Euro Green Bonds

€1 billion 10-year fixed-rate notes are issued to invest in renewable energy.

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