Newly settled litigation allows California’s top insurance regulator to keep tabs on the state's insurers’ investments in companies doing business in Iran.
News Archive: Jan - 2012
College and university endowments in the United States made gains in the fiscal year that ended in June, however, many are still struggling to make up their 2008 and 2009 losses.
Amid recent poor performance of China and other emerging economies, investment consultants highlight continued opportunity in the sector.
Dutch pension fund ABP is suing US investment bank Goldman Sachs for knowingly selling the scheme junk mortgages and providing misleading information.
The Justice Department is set to create a special unit to investigate abusive lending and packaging of risky mortgages, as part of President Obama's 2012 agenda.
The cognitive tendency among investors to get caught up in the endowment effect -- a mental roadblock that can cause investors to hold onto something too long -- applies to shares, bonds, and funds in a portfolio, a newly released report by Morningstar concludes.
Even those managers that outpace their benchmarks for extended periods of time inevitably suffer missteps, according to a new whitepaper by Rogerscasey.
Jim Dunn of Wake Forest University speaks with aiCIO on his commitment to running the $1.5 billion university portfolio, and -- compared to its public pension counterparts -- the greater tools, control, and flexibility granted within the endowment arena.