In order to survive and have a chance to produce long-term performance, investors have to live up to their constituencies in the short run, according to a memo from Oaktree Principal and Chairman Howard Marks.
Investor demand has led Denmark to issue its first inflation-linked bonds, which solve some major pension scheme problems.
Investors need to better understand how tail risk hedging works, the tradeoffs involved, and how the costs are determined, according to a whitepaper by BNY Mellon.
Both the Norwegian Government Pension Fund Global and Yale University's endowment -- run by the popular David Swensen -- have emerged as industry pillars in asset management, and a new paper compares and scrutinizes their reputations.
As high volatility pummels institutional investor portfolios, investors are increasingly seeking “global listed infrastructure” strategies for their Liability Driven Investing (LDI) framework.
One of the more prevalent trends in institutional investing within the superannuation industry has been a movement toward in-house investment management.
A new research paper explores areas of concern surrounding the effective use of illiquid assets in portfolio management.