District Judge Stephen Pfeffer dismissed the pay-to-play lawsuit filed by Frank Foy, former CIO for the New Mexico Educational Retirement Board.
News Archive: Apr - 2010
The nation's oldest and richest university entered the $500 million credit default swap market.
A new study by Mercer shows manager searches have recovered to pre-crisis levels, with Australia, UK and Continental Europe seeing the most significant increases.
A new survey by alternatives services and research company Preqin shows deal volume is expected to increase on the secondary private equity market.
Northern Trust reports that institutional investors posted solid returns in the first quarter of 2010.
Fund’s statement says Goldman failed to meet expectations, yet does not refer to the civil fraud charges filed April 16 against the U.S. bank.
While the California fund giant is hoping to win fee cuts from other private equity firms after Apollo Global Management agreed to trim $125 million in fees, CalPERS' CIO is pressing for finance overhaul to stop the casino atmosphere on Wall Street and restore confidence.
Erol Uzumeri will leave Canada’s third-biggest retirement-fund manager to start his own money management firm.
In a study of alternative asset managers, RBC Dexia found that a clear majority of hedge funds believed greater governance of alternative investments could result in an increased allocation to the sector.
The FSA has probed the specialist insurer and pension buyout firm to explain its investment strategy.
Lloyd Blankfein counters the SEC's fraud allegations, signaling that Goldman will aggressively fight the charges in court.
Onyx Capital Advisors, a firm that invests in small and medium enterprises in the Midwestern and Southeastern US states, and its founder have been charged with fraud for stealing millions of dollars from Detroit pension funds.
Public pension funds around the country are reviewing their relationships with Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
The University of California’s retirement and endowment funds portfolio have revised their asset allocations.
New York's Apollo Global Management has agreed to trim the fees it charges California fund giant CalPERS over the next five years.