The acquisition is the first European buyout by Teachers’ Private Capital, the Canadian pension fund’s direct investment arm, since it opened a London office in 2007.
The New York buyout firm is expected to finish fundraising for its sixth global buyout fund at the end of June.
The richest and oldest US school names a new risk head of its endowment-management company.
SWFs are urged to take more active roles in the companies in which they invest.
The biggest US public pension fund plans on bringing infrastructure investments up to 1.5% of its total market value by the end of 2010.
The struggling Japanese carrier faces bankruptcy with benefits cut and new CEO.
AA hopes to keep its retirement plan open to new joiners.
While hedge funds had their best year in a decade, venture capital fundraising suffered.
Review signals widespread review of managers and revised asset allocation.
U.S. treasuries will remain a key diversification tool.
After a dismal 2009, the private equity space still looks bleak.
Nick Stacey has been named associate director of manager selection at the £16 billion ($25.6 billion) Barclays U.K. Retirement Fund.
Predictions for 2010 and the upcoming decade from Bob Doll at Blackrock, the world’s biggest asset manager.
The influential bond fund manager, warning of “carefree check writing,” said that with central bank support removed, markets may suffer.
Larry Schloss has agreed to become the next chief investment officer for New York City.