The painful positive correlation between bonds and equities experienced in 2013 has been predicted to reverse.
One quarter of global investment managers interviewed still operated on outdated ‘legacy systems’, according to a study.
Beware the law of unintended consequences when trying to stem investment losses, the IMF has said.
A 113-year data from 20 countries shows longer is safer when it comes to equities.
The Goldman Sachs-owned pension risk transfer specialist finalizes a £440m transaction ahead of its planned sale.
Gaps in trading on weekends and holidays are having an adverse effect on investors’ perceptions of risk, analysis of options prices has shown.
There’s an exception to every rule, and New York maybe the one for US public pensions.
After years of de-risking pension portfolios, Aon Hewitt has generated five ideas for investors to consider next.
Momentum investing as a game of hot potato—should it be in institutional investors’ portfolios?
Will it be an “all or nothing” year for bulk annuity and buy out?
Transferring longevity risk may be about to get a whole lot safer.
A report from Towers Watson has found just 40% of Chinese insurers use risk management information in their planning processes.
Does size matter for SWFs and, if so, where is the sweet spot?
A Finadium survey found asset managers are warming up to the idea of reinvesting cash collateral outside of the low-yielding government bond-backed repo market.
Figures are disputed over the level of LDI hedging in the UK.