Smart beta can offer an edge for long-term investors over equities via three primary premiums, the firm claims.
News Archive: Mar - 2013
Watch out, active managers, investors still love ETFs – and they want more of them.
Both the 41,000 members whose pensions were annuitized by Prudential and those whose weren't will be allowed to sue Verizon as a class, a judge has ruled.
It’s all change at the top of two large, corporate pension funds.
John Johnson has pleaded guilty to three counts of securities fraud predating his tenure at Wyoming’s pension fund. Each carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
One of the world’s largest SWFs is not letting its $4 billion claim against Citi go easily.
Last year’s bills are not paid, and this year’s are mounting in Brussels.
Three researchers use risk factors to optimize private equity portfolios, and then wonder, “Why hasn’t this been done before?”
Three top buyout specialists will leave the firm, having been hired in 2011 to staff the new program.
Real yields across emerging and developed markets are converging, and there’s more at play than QE, Investec warns.
A Swiss national has been appointed to lead the US-based firm in Europe and beyond.
One of the UK’s largest pension funds has netted the CEO of the sector’s regulator.
The Cyprus crisis may be a great opportunity for Russia to revamp its image to investors, according to the head of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Institutional investors have spoken – the time to change is now.
Instead of shouting about it, unions in the UK are voting on what they don’t like in big business.