Dai Xianglong, chairman of the National Social Security Fund, voices ambitious goals to more than double the fund's total assets by 2015.
As government debt burdens increase, a burgeoning trend is emerging with investors sensing opportunity in SWFs.
The world's largest fund will change benchmark indexes to reduce market impact and lower trading costs.
Rated on a scale of 1 (worst) to 7 (best), banks providing custody services scored an average 5.74 in 2010, compared with 5.70 last year.
CIO David Swensen's investment philosophy of “diversification and equity orientation” prevails.
Hedge fund investment is expected to reach up to $222 billion, marking the first time inflows are seen to exceed outward flows since 2007.
By failing to renegotiate fees they charge, fund managers are losing the chance to save more than $151 million annually in fees.
A new survey from Aon Consulting outlines the most pressing issues facing defined benefit plan sponsors in the US, Canada and the UK over the next three years.
After only seeing a 4% decline in endowment assets during the Great Recession, Oxford endowment head Sandra Robertson speaks out against the often-emulated Yale Model of investment.
The China Investment Corp, the Korea Investment Corp, and the Government of Singapore Investment Corp navigate a difficult economic climate.