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.
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.
New research by AQR Capital Management reveals that insuring against tail risk is too costly and a drag on long-term performance.
However, total pension assets outsourced in the United Kingdom are still a relatively paltry 4%, the study shows.
Risk management is the art of using lessons from the past in order to mitigate misfortune and exploit future opportunities, according to a report.
President of China Investment Corp. Gao Xiqing has said that as global markets are more integrated, it becomes more difficult to shed sovereign debt investments, Bloomberg reported.
Consulting firm Hymans Robertson is predicting a record year for de-risking among UK schemes with deals potentially topping £9 billion.
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).