Despite aging populations, the market for longevity risk products is underdeveloped, according to a study.
News Archive: Jan - 2013
Boeing Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith adds a new approach to the way the firm reports financial results to investors.
Liabilities are still the main issue, but pension assets are on the rise.
Risk parity and private equity are on the menu at the UN as assets surge.
Preqin predicts endowments will increase their allocations to hedge funds over the next 12 months.
A report by Aperio Group finds that the risk among endowments to divest from coal and major carbon producing industries can be negligible.
It’s a race to the bottom on the UK advisory’s controversial list, which ranks funds by underperformance over the last three years.
Institutional investors might hold the key to solving the world’s financial problems, but how many of them were in Davos?
Full-service shops are holding less appeal as institutional investors increasingly seek out specialty managers, according to the results of survey from Cogent Research.
The relationship between sustainability factors and financial performance is a never-ending debate--and CalPERS will soon be fueling it.
Investors need greater disclosure along with more aggressive and realistic strategies for addressing rising pension liabilities sooner rather than later, PIMCO's Christian Stracke says.
The death knell for defined benefit pensions has long been tolling in the UK, and now it looks as if the chimes are speeding up.
Cutwater Asset Management's second annual survey of over 100 corporate defined benefit pension plans across the United States shows that LDI implementation is transitioning from discussion to action.
State Street's future as a passive manager for Ireland’s National Pensions Reserve Fund is still up in the air, the fund's former investment chief John Corrigan told a parliamentary committee.
Auditors recommend structural and staffing changes at Oregon's Treasury investment division.