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May 11, 2020
Pension Demands Put Local Governments in a Jam, Moody’s Says

With virus-driven costs mounting, cities’ and towns’ financial outlook shifts to negative from neutral, agency rules.

Veteran Fund Managers Launch EM Boutique Investment Firm

Aikya Investment Management will focus on sustainable investments.

Why Did Bill Ackman Unload His Berkshire Stake?
Stock Market’s Rise Doesn’t Jibe with Overvalued P/E, Stovall Warns
How Asset Allocators Are Planning Life Back in the Office
Rhode Island CIO Departs for Washington Hospital System
New Jersey to Postpone Pension Payments
Emerging Markets and Covid-19: Crisis or opportunity…or both?

2020 will be a challenging moment for Emerging Markets’ economies. But there will likely be a wide open Emerging Markets “door” that sees governments fall back on privatisation to bridge fiscal holes. In an environment of tight domestic monetary conditions and reduced cross border flows, the buyers of these assets have considerable advantage.

San Diego County CIO Stephen Sexauer Takes Over as Interim CEO

The investment chief said he plans to return to his role once the search is over.

Coronavirus Cases Should Rise in May, Gottlieb Says

The former FDA commissioner, and current pension plan asset manager, sounded alarms in January about the pathogen.

In Focus: Institutional Investors, Asset Recycling, and the US Infrastructure Agenda

Infrastructure is a hot topic in the upcoming fourth coronavirus stimulus package, and the world’s wealthiest asset managers, bearing an appetite for portfolio resiliency and diversification, could be of great assistance.

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