International-oriented ETFs helped boost the value of the university's US securities at the end of last year.
Companies are increasingly outsourcing risk by offloading defined benefit pension scheme liabilities, research from consultants Hymans Robertson shows.
Signatories to the compact are committed to reporting annually on company progress in implementing environmental, labor, social and corporate governance goals.
Mercer has expanded coverage in North America, Europe and Australia.
The $7 billion San Diego County Retirement Association is working on adjusting its strategy in alternative investments.
BT nearly tripled Q3 profit, but its pension deficit is the biggest ever recorded by a UK private company.
Chairman Lou Jiwei Offers Glimpse Into China’s Sovereign Wealth Fund; Singapore’s Temasek to Create $4 Billion Investment Unit
CIC's Jiwei, a computer scientist-turned-economist, says the SWF will let its own in-house portfolio managers lead investments in developed markets. SWF Temasek will launch a new wholly owned subsidiary.
ATP Seeks “All Weather Portfolio”; Separate Accounts Gain in Popularity; Pensions Tell Hedgies to Cut Fees
While Denmark's pension fund ATP will up its investment in hedge funds, pension funds are hoping to negotiate lower fees with reluctant fund managers this year.
The specialist insurer is close to completing 600 million pounds ($942 million) in fundraising as it looks to profit from the growing desire of UK companies to insure their pension liabilities.
As automakers' pension funds earn lower rates of return, their funding needs escalate.
The fund's decision is the first time such a clawback system has been proposed to all of Hermes’ funds.
The Missouri fund’s value has strengthened since the economic collapse of 2008, with retirement fund assets now at nearly $7 billion.
The 10-year return, the most frequently cited metric to gauge the health of venture capital firms, declined 8.4% for the period ending September 30, 2009.
President Barack Obama is proposing to have carried interest earned by hedge fund and private equity fund managers taxed as ordinary income.
At its January 13 board meeting, the LA retirement association dropped Blackrock and Goldman mandates because of lagging performance.