Ruling favors attorney general’s objection over how it was passed.
Western States Office and Professional Pension is seeking a 30% cut in benefits.
CIO tells investment committee there aren’t enough top-tier firms to invest in to sustain growth.
Beijing will divert money from well-funded programs in bustling urban centers to subsidize struggling areas.
18% of US companies targeted in July 2017 now have, or have concrete plans to have, women and minority board members.
The world’s largest pension fund ‘drastically’ reduces its basic fee rate.
Representing $6 trillion in AUM, the group aims to further G7 initiatives.
Nominations for innovative and talented asset owners and managers/servicers open until August 4.
OceanX will broadcast its discoveries via virtual classrooms, museum exhibits, and more.
List replaces the 40 Under 40, highlighting 25 of the industry's best up-and-comers.
The world’s largest hedge fund views rising interest rates and debt as big problems.
Republican Bevin requests new jurist, claiming current one is a biased Democrat.
State will contribute $225 million extra annually, and both employer and employee contributions rise.
Alliance concerned about agreement’s goals ‘falling short.’
Moody’s warns that without public cuts, liabilities will eat 30% of state income.