More than a half-year after Ben Meng resigned, a lawsuit and pending pension system policy decisions are bringing his departure back into the limelight.
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Agati succeeds Mark McGlone, who is retiring April 9.
UK financial service firm’s environmental targets exceed Paris Agreement guidelines.
Plans rely on outside help for better returns, talent, and technology.
The allocator was DCIO at Brandeis University for the past decade.
Canadian pension invests in alleged human rights violator G4S and Predator drone trainer CAE Inc.
Panelists discussed the importance of ESG approaches and increasing diversity on company boards and in the broader investment industry.
Comptroller DiNapoli drops shareholder resolutions in exchange for commitments to greenhouse gas reductions.
The businesswoman striving to diversify the racial and ethnic makeup of corporate boards talks about the most effective strategies.
Board of $86.9 billion state fund also calls for portfolio companies to guarantee health care for workers.
She will become the first woman to helm the $1.3 trillion financial services giant.
The CEO of Canada’s largest pension fund traveled to the Middle East to get a shot. The plan’s credit head, John Graham, replaces him.
Mandate now forces PE operators to cover their own litigation tabs in disputes, instead of passing along the costs to NYC pension fund investors.
British Columbia Investment Management also aims to cut carbon exposure of public equities by 30%.
One of most highly regarded investment chiefs in public pensions, Perry continues to keep a cool head during turbulent times.