Brady Connor, formerly the pension’s chief operating officer, has replaced retiring CIO Ron Lataille.
News Archive: Nov - 2013
Data from PwC has found the vast majority of UK pension funds with a triennial valuation in 2013 saw their deficits worsen.
Preqin data has found the Dutch and Danish are leading the way among institutional infrastructure investors.
Mikael Angberg will take up is position on December 9.
A report has found US management firms’ flexibility in manager selection and ability to customize and tailor to investors’ needs were key in winning over foreign investors.
The UK’s financial regulator has issued a £900,200 fine to the asset and fiduciary manager.
Russell Investments has heralded the arrival of NYSE LIFFE’s latest security as “good news” for investors seeking liquid exchange-traded, long-dated interest rate derivatives.
Psolve has used its 10th anniversary to advocate the use of delegated consulting for defined contribution plans.
The two Canada Pension Plan Investment Board executives will move into one another’s positions as part of a senior management revamp.
A report has found globalization in investment strategies could help investors ride out growing market volatility and find better opportunities for greater returns.
That’s the payroll difference for plan sponsors who choose to freeze their pension plans, according to a study.
The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation has appointed William Blair, JP Morgan, Lee Munder Capital Management, and Delaware Investments.
The venue for aiCIO’s Industry Innovation Awards caps off a successful year by exceeding $1 billion in assets for the first time.
Investors have flooded towards regulated utilities and transport assets in safe haven markets, according to research from Deloitte.
Hold much securitized credit? The answer is probably ‘yes’ for investors in the 30 largest hedge funds—whether they know it or not.