Sure, it can help lower investment fees. But those after-fee returns? Researchers say that’s a mixed bag.
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Asset management titan thinks pandemic stimulus and new Fed tolerance should lead to increases in the 2.5% range.
Foiled IPOs be damned, diversifying into China is worth the risk, according to the Bridgewater founder.
UK insurance and pension provider targets companies that it says pose the most severe investment risks.
CEO of UN-backed group says Biden administration has opportunity to ‘make American finance great again.’
Arizona Bricklayers’ fund submits its first application, while Michigan Carpenters’ fund applies for the second time.
The long-beleaguered American retailer is offloading its obligations as part of a sale to mall operators Brookfield and Simon Property.
Average university returns fall short of a passive portfolio over one- and 10-year periods.
That compensation is tied to five-year goals as part of an effort to reduce turnover at the largest public pension in the US.
For allocators, keeping a long-term investment horizon in the face of immediate challenges is key, NEPC says.
Three years into his five-year transition plan, Narv Narvekar says the ‘signs are encouraging.’
The decision to track investment firms’ progress would have a ‘seismic’ shift in the industry.
Jae Park, who will retire after 19 years at the firm, will be succeeded by David Waldman.
The $12.75 billion fund has been under pressure to sell stakes in CoreCivic and the GEO Group.
The pension fund has been invested in the transnational transport system for nearly two decades.