World’s largest asset manager got a big Q1 boost, thanks to fixed income, even though equities dimmed.
To fix state’s retirement systems that are ‘ill-prepared’ for economic downturn, Kate Brown plans to take from the rich and give their tax dollars to its poorly funded pensions.
From climate change initiatives to net returns, the investor maintains its cool through ‘key transactions in major asset classes.’
Pension industry trade group releases four-year work plan.
Bjarne Graven Larsen’s new Qblue Capital enlists former Denmark fund colleagues.
Despite a volatility snag to its funded status, plan is still fully funded.
The state pension fund is only surpassing its 10- and 20-year goals, falling short over other periods.
Stress test finds state system remains at risk despite pension reforms.
Total assets under management rise to $82.6 billion.