Research conducted by SSgA's Active Emerging Markets investment team found that since January 1997, smaller markets such as Chile, Peru and Hungary outperformed BRIC countries within the emerging market world.
News Archive: Mar - 2011
The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) has said it will act as a benchmark for UK pensions on responsible investment practices.
QIC, an Australia-based investment solutions provider, has outsourced its middle office functions to Northern Trust.
After a year working on a World Economic Forum report about the future of long-term investing, which was mandated at an annual meeting in Davos in 2010, co-author Max von Bismarck speaks with aiCIO about the implications for institutional investors.
The private equity firm has raised $565 million in the public markets – but is it a sign of confidence renewed, or confidence unfounded?
Milliman Funding Report: Large US Pensions Enjoy High Contributions, Increased '10 Corporate Plan Funding
The latest annual report by Milliman shows that record levels of employer contributions have led to a small gain in funded status.
The latest analysis by CB Richard Ellis reveals an optimistic outlook for Asian real estate investment markets.
The $453 billion asset manager TIAA-CREF has said it will invest $1 billion in a new group that will manage money for nonprofits.
The California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) has appointed Russell Fong as acting chief financial officer (CFO), effective April 4.
South Korea and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), one of the world's largest sovereign wealth funds, have formed an alliance for joint investments.
Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees Chief Fiona Reynolds has urged support for greater unity on superannuation reforms.
America’s most poorly funded public pension will be “fixed” in eight to 10 years, according to Luis Fortuno.
Danish pension insurance groups PensionDanmark and PKA have agreed to buy a 50% stake in an offshore wind farm project.
Aberdeen's latest Pensions Intelligence white paper has shown that while trustees acknowledge the diversification potential of emerging market debt, they have not yet fully embraced it.
John C. Liu, New York City's comptroller, has announced plans to provide the public with unparalleled access to information about the city's pension schemes.