Poll: Amid Challenges, Private Equity Investors Are Cautious

Private equity investors foresee major challenges for the industry over the next few years and are cautious about investing too heavily in the asset class, according to Coller Capital's latest Global Private Equity Barometer. 

Russell: LDI Strategies Becoming the Norm

As Russell Investments continues to see strong interest from its US institutional client base in liability-driven investing (LDI), Martin Jaugietis has been named to the newly created role of director and head of LDI solutions. 

Utter Confusion

From aiCIO Magazine's 2011 Liability-Driven Investing Issue: The first step is understanding the scope of the problem--and the potential solutions. 

Troubles in Transition

From aiCIO Magazine's 2011 Liability-Driven Investing Issue: Does the structure of the business benefit transition management providers at the expense of users?

The Other Morgan Stanley

From aiCIO Magazine's 2011 Liability-Driven Investing Issue: Wall Street is under fire for bad risk management. So why is Morgan Stanley’s defined benefit pension, of all things, so good at it?

Texas Public Pension Turns to Private Equity Giants KKR, Apollo

In the latest example of institutional investors turning to large private equity firms for their expertise in more complex investments, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) and Apollo Global Management are set to manage $6 billion for the Teacher Retirement System of Texas' (TRS).