The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is ready to act on rules to be in place this year.
Dai Xianglong, chairman of the National Social Security Fund, voices ambitious goals to more than double the fund's total assets by 2015.
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Timothy P. Cahill's tarnished reputation may be a result of misunderstanding and attempts of political influence.
China's Geely Automobiles Chairman Li Shufu vowed to control American and European markets and now the automaker is making that a reality.
The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan will buy Camelot for $576 million.
Presented by the country’s parliament, the proposal is part of a report on new regulations for risk and active management for Norway's Government Pension Fund.
The Department of Justice is scanning investment transactions of public pensions.
As government debt burdens increase, a burgeoning trend is emerging with investors sensing opportunity in SWFs.
The world's largest fund will change benchmark indexes to reduce market impact and lower trading costs.
While the scope of financial regulation varies from Europe to America, electoral politics seem likely to shape eventual market changes after the Great Recession.
Rated on a scale of 1 (worst) to 7 (best), banks providing custody services scored an average 5.74 in 2010, compared with 5.70 last year.
The banking giant’s institutional hedge fund advisory team currently consists of 30 people and plans a majority of its new recruitment in Asia.
Timothy P. Cahill is criticized for accepting more than $100,000 in connection to an investment manager who has been allotted hundreds of millions of dollars in state funds to invest since Cahill became treasurer in 2003.
CIO David Swensen's investment philosophy of “diversification and equity orientation” prevails.