The West Sacramento-based fund would increase its core investments while decreasing tactical investment in real estate.
Dutch money manager Robeco Group aims to double assets from Japanese pension funds within two years, shifting investments away from traditional asset classes such as bonds and equities.
While the Arizona system has added three new allocations, the Alaskan SWF will commit $600 million to private equity.
The US's second-largest public pension fund is eying commodity investments as a hedge against the risk of inflation.
An adviser to China’s enormous state pension fund is planning to return to the hedge fund world by forming JT Capital Management, a China-focused fund.
A preliminary study in Canada shows that while research has shown that funds with published investment beliefs achieve better risk adjusted results, a majority of funds are secretive about their investments.
London's multibillion public pension fund confirmed it was considering investments in residential property.
China’s national pension fund invested more than 15 billion yuan ($2.2 billion) to become Agricultural Bank of China’s third-largest holder.
The total disclosed pension liabilities of FTSE-100 firms has skyrocketed to £410 billion from £382 billion in the past 12 months.
Global custodians remain the largest vendors of performance measurement services to institutional investors, yet more and more investment management consultants are able to provide the same services.
1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) and Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) will pursue a partnership to capitalize on opportunities in the energy and real estate sectors in Malaysia's Klang Valley.
Most institutional investors intend to either maintain or increase their allocation to private equity in 2010, according to research by SL Capital Partners.
After the first quarter, Johnson Associates broadly predicts an increase in incentive compensation across the financial services industry.
Pensions consultancy Lane Clark & Peacock predicts pension fund 'buyout' deals, where insurance companies takeover schemes' risk, are set to be about twice as popular this year as in 2009, but insurers may run out of capital.
MetLife Assurance surveyed defined benefit pension scheme sponsors and trustees to understand how they viewed certain investment, liability and business risks.