News Archive: Aug - 2012
Institutional Investors to Aetna: Come Clean About Political Spending
A coalition of institutional investors is putting pressure on Aetna to open up about the millions of dollars it gives to political organizations for "educational activities."
Low-Vol Investing Is Not Unique to US Equity Markets
GMO: Chin Up, Equities Aren't Dying
Beware the Risk of Alternative-Weighted Indices
SEC Charges Former Miami Brokers for $36 Million Fraud
Cover Your Tail (Risk), Says AllianceBernstein CIO
Is Romney or Obama Better for the US Economy? (Clue: Your Initial Answer Might Be Wrong)
Peace at Last for California's Pension System?
Deutsche Bank's Pande to Depart for Hedge Fund
Citigroup to Settle Subprime Lawsuit Led by Pensions
US State Debt Stands at $4.19 Trillion, Pensions Largely to Blame
MassPRIM Tackles the Liability ‘Everyone’s Ignoring’
Healthcare benefits pose an enormous—and largely ignored—liability for public pensions, according to the head of Massachusetts’ employee fund Steven Grossman, and he’s decided to deal with it.
Fresno and Arkansas Pensions Suing Vodka Producer
The two public pensions systems will lead a class action suit against a Polish alcohol company for allegedly lying about the state of its business.
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