Investors have never been more pleased with the performance of their hedge funds.
News Archive: Dec - 2013
Mercer has identified the top approaches for de-risking your pension plan in 2014.
Bob Collie, Russell Investments’ chief research strategist, has said the considerable rise in costs and the Bipartisan Budget Act’s political agendas could destroy corporate DB plans.
Michael Latimer, the C$60 billion fund’s CIO, will assume the CEO role following Michael Nobrega’s retirement next year.
Massive fines and criminal proceedings are in line for ConvergEx subsidiaries.
Craig Dandurand is set to join Australia’s sovereign wealth fund in February.
Gina Raimondo, the state treasurer whose pension overhaul drew criticism from unions, Rolling Stone, Forbes, and elsewhere, will be pursuing a higher office.
Investors have poured assets into hedge funds, leading to positive flows for the fifth consecutive month.
A Japanese investment manager has been handed a jail term for Christmas after defrauding pension funds of $240 million.
Data analysis has suggested low volatility strategies are less prone to bubbles than traditional market cap-weighted indices.
SSgA, OppenheimerFunds, and AMP Capital, plus others, have lost and gained top employees in the dwindling days of 2013.
2013's changing risk patterns pushed investors to swap index funds for country-level investments, according to Axioma.
Tony Clark, CIO of the $27 billion fund, is also accused of withholding investment information regarding Tiger Asset Management, according to internal legal documents.
Do you have questions about smart beta? EDHEC has some answers.
Russell Investments found six reasons why fiduciary managers must incorporate approaches beyond the oversimplified LDI strategies.