Public pension funds around the country are reviewing their relationships with Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
The University of California’s retirement and endowment funds portfolio have revised their asset allocations.
New York's Apollo Global Management has agreed to trim the fees it charges California fund giant CalPERS over the next five years.
A new survey reflects an aim by Japan pension plans to diversify assets by decreasing exposures to domestic stocks and looking to emerging markets.
Ahead of Tuesday hearings on the 2008 collapse of the banking giant, state records show Ohio pensions suffered hundreds of millions of dollars in losses.
The country’s largest government pension fund, which owns 1.8 million shares in the embattled investment bank, says the fund’s corporate governance staff will examine Goldman practices and influence the makeup of Goldman's board if needed.
A study shows that SWFs have largely remained committed to their pre-crisis investment strategies despite market turmoil in the last eighteen months.
A new study shows emerging markets significantly trump developed markets in terms of performance expectations for private equity.
Analysts say the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s civil fraud charges could force Goldman to pay hundreds of millions in fines and restitution. The blow to the firm’s reputation may be harder to salvage.
Toronto-based CPPIB will invest $100 million in the Multiples Fund.
The government has accused Goldman Sachs of failing to disclose conflicts of interest in mortgage investments it sold as the housing market was waning.
According to a survey by one of the world's largest investment consultants, investors in Europe have renewed confidence in hedge funds.
Sheikh Hamed bin Zayed al Nahyan will become the new boss of Abu Dhabi's SWF, replacing his late brother who died in a glider crash in a lake in Morocco.
A new study found that all 59 funds that cover most teachers face shortfalls, placing a burden on taxpayers to pay nearly three times as much as the funds say they need to balance the books.
The Democratic chairwoman’s proposals support financial reform of derivatives by putting them on exchanges, which has encountered opposition from banks that make billions in transaction fees on derivatives every year.