Asset manager says culture issue is essential to long-term value creation.
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Michael Trotsky’s strong performance at the $71.8 billion pension fund bumps his annual pay to almost $500,000.
Platform will invest up to $1 billion in Colombian infrastructure projects and companies.
State-backed firm’s CEO wants to end ‘prejudice’ against foreign private equity investors in the country.
The move will bring the fund giant’s value to $1.2 trillion, and the insurer will receive a 15% stake in the acquirer.
PE group targets portfolio’s last-mile properties as e-commerce businesses boom.
Department Works and Pensions launches consultation on trustee investment responsibilities.
Investment firm will vote against the boards of companies for not addressing climate change.
More than a third of board members and a quarter of executives in large corporations are female.
Goldman Sachs offers strategies universities can use to reduce the effect of the new endowment tax.
In the largest NFL deal to date, hedge fund wiz will keep the team, general manager, and coach in Charlotte.
Treasurer’s initial proposal of 30% diverse dismissed as ‘arbitrary and limiting.’
At CalSTRS, to help people without enough money to retire, Tony James pledges to promote his idea to Washington big-wigs.
The move is aimed at providing an incentive for active managers to boost returns.
Diversity agreements made with four Fortune 500 companies.