The Alaska Retirement Management Board blamed Mercer for unfunded liabilities.
On Monday, New York's attorney general said in court papers that just because "everybody does it" in Albany, doesn't mean corruption is legal.
Fund managers say Africa hides some of the best value opportunities for pioneering investors.
Directionless investors are conspiring with weak macro-economic conditions to unsettle a business model dependent not just on activity, but short selling, leverage and spreads, says Dominic Hobson, editor in chief of Global Custodian.
Senior Contributor to PLANSPONSOR and ai5000 John Keefe reports.
The California State Teachers’ Retirement System has joined forces with Amalgamated Bank and Manville Trust to file a lawsuit against Massey Energy for alleged safety misconduct.
The head of China's $114 billion national pension fund said Thursday that the euro will survive the sovereign debt crisis.
Chris Hall, editor of The Trade, examines diversification for asset management firms.
Jag Alexeyev, head of global research and senior managing director at Strategic Insight, explores the future of alternatives through mutual funds.
The $109.5 billion Tallahassee-based public pension aims to increase its exposure to alternative investments.
According to the Pension Protection Fund (PPF), the collective deficit of the UK's private sector final-salary pension schemes worsened by more than £40 billion in May.
A new report reveals twice as many investors are asking stock and bond managers about their global-warming policies as two years earlier, but integration of these policies into investment mandates has failed to take off.
A trend has emerged as pension funds shift away from equities and invest in riskier assets by diversifying into alternatives, with infrastructure leading the way.